Environment & sustainablity

United States - May 13

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Green 'Czar' Pushes Jobs, Community-Building (audio & text)
Obama's Weird Idea of Auto Industry Rescue: Use Our Money to Build Car Factories Abroad
Buying Brand Obama
Kunstler: Decoupling From Reality
Getting America Off Oil: The Oil Solutions Initiative

archived May 13, 2009
	

Deep thought - May 13

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Letter from Sweden: The State of the End of the World
Using Thermodynamics to (Re)Examine Environmental Kuznets Curves
Why I Fired My Broker
The Century of The Rights of Mother Earth

archived May 13, 2009
	

Transport - May 11

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Bioelectricity better than biofuels for transport
U.S. Drops Research Into Fuel Cells for Cars
Flush with Camaro orders, GM workers on OT

archived May 11, 2009
	

Energy industry - May 11

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The Vulnerability of Energy Infrastructure to Environmental Change
"New" Nuclear Reactors, Same Old Story
Safety threat to planned nuclear power stations

archived May 11, 2009
	

Deep thought - May 11

Staff, Energy Bulletin

The Future of the American Dream
Peak-Oil Prophet James Howard Kunstler on Food, Fuel and Why He Became an Almost Vegan
What's at Stake

archived May 11, 2009
	

Peak oil - May 11

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Jeff Rubin's new book on peak oil
Canada's reckless carbon habit
Oil: No Supply Side Answer to the Coming Crisis

archived May 11, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - May 8

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective

archived May 8, 2009
	

Somebody's gotta do it

Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute

Hi. My job is trying to save the world, and I’d like to tell you a little about my line of work.

archived May 6, 2009
	

Towards a new economy - May 6

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Review: Prosperity Without Growth? by Professor Tim Jackson
Will Workers Be Left Behind in a Green Transition?
Greener Companies “More Crunch-Proof”

archived May 6, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - 01 May 2009

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective

archived May 1, 2009