Economics

Economics - July 1

Staff, Energy Bulletin

From Versailles a message of no austerity
The Green Bank
Holding together

archived July 1, 2009
	

Deep thought - July 1

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The Key to Fixing Health Care and Energy: Use Less
Market dogma is exposed as myth. Where is the new vision to unite us?
Vandana Shivas views on society & nature
A new (under) class of travellers
Cloning Winnie

archived July 1, 2009
	

Commentary: Interview with Charles T. Maxwell (Part 2 of 2)

Steve Andrews, ASPO-USA

"We’re not going to have to help the oil industry. They already have all the help they need. I wouldn’t take away what they have but I wouldn’t add to it."(Charlie Maxwell is the life-long oil industry analyst viewed by Barrons’ magazine as their energy guru.)

archived June 29, 2009
	

On the rise ... again

Carl Etnier, Barre Montpelier (Vermont) Times Argus

Oil prices are inching upwards again. Just as last year, some people are starting to tell fairy tales instead of facing the reality of limited oil supplies.

archived July 1, 2009
	

Disaster Transitionism

Asher Miller, Post Carbon Institute

If you haven't read Naomi Klein's The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism, you really should. It's an examination of how the Chicago School of Economics and its adherents have taken advantage of or created crises to further their privatization agendas.

archived June 30, 2009
	

Dysfunction - June 30

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Monbiot on drugs
New book: Marijuana Is Safer
Production of heroin and cocaine falling

archived June 30, 2009
	

Nations & resources - June 30

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Iraq: Warily Moving Ahead on Oil Contracts
The Dirty War Against Clean Coal
A Flower Grows in West Africa

archived June 30, 2009
	

Investing in durability

Guy R. McPherson, Nature Bats Last

If you are planning to withdraw, please tell me where you're going, and send directions. If not, it's time to start thinking about how you and your family or tribe will muddle through the years ahead. One word comes to mind: durability. If that wasn't the first word that came to your mind, I'm not surprised.

archived June 30, 2009
	

Peak oil review - June 29

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A weekly review including:
- Production & Prices
- In the Congress
- Briefs

archived June 29, 2009
	

Web & media - June 29th

Staff, Energy Bulletin

It's not a Twitter revolution in Iran
Hyperlocal Journalism Business Model
Fibber McGee, Molly, and Your Energy Future

archived June 29, 2009