Australia & Oceania

Peak oil - June 20

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The end of the petroleum age (Heinberg on ABC-Australia)
What to do in Adelaide?
Peak Oil, deglobalization and ecolomics

archived June 20, 2008
	

Housing & urban design - June 20

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Gas prices latest worry for L.A. real estate market
Sydney homes stuck on road to nowhere
The cost of free parking

archived June 20, 2008
	

Transport - June 20

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Australia: Farmers swap trucks for horses
Walking: still better than driving
CERA: Americans finally react to sting of gas prices

Airline lobby starts its own "Energy Bulletin"

archived June 20, 2008
	

Biofuels - June 18

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Human cost of Brazil's biofuels boom
Vinod Khosla: We can do biofuel well or poorly
The bad oil on ethanol
Farm-belt voters down on corn ethanol mandate
Pest threatens Brazil's Sao Paulo cane fields
Brazil's diverse energy resources

archived June 18, 2008
	

Peak oil goes public - June 18

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Heinberg and Darley: Peak oil for policymakers

World crude production has peaked: Pickens
Rudd in the hot seat ... about peak oil
There is no oil market anymore (IEA's Birol)
"Get used to high oil prices" says Loughborough MP

archived June 18, 2008
	

Transport - June 16

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Bill McKibben: Free public transit for all
When is a bike not a bike? When it's electric
The threat to the car

archived June 16, 2008
	

Climate & water - June 6

Staff, Energy Bulletin

BBC finds evidence that carbon trading is fundamentally flawed
Water crisis to be biggest world risk
Kiribati likely doomed by climate change
A long, hot summer for Canada

archived June 6, 2008
	

Ripples - June 1

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Newsweek: How the spike in oil changes everything
How will gas prices affect the blue collar/poor
Fuel protests by fishermen in Europe
Australia: Living with petrol at $3/litre

Gates warns China not to bully region on energy

archived June 1, 2008
	

Energy policies - June 1

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Forgotten themes - how Australia is coping
Why I was wrong about rationing
UK power giant says energy industry on the brink of radical change
Pushing South (Canadian pipelines)

Oil well in South Downs is 'act of vandalism'

archived June 1, 2008
	

Car culture on the decline - June 1

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Driving's dim future (funny/sad)
The era of fast cars is over
Gridlock led 27 pct of drivers to abandon trips
Overcoming car culture like 'waiting for Godot'

archived June 1, 2008