Housing & urban design
More families move in together during housing crisis
NYT: Saving the Suburbs, Part 2
Resource: Green Urbanism Down Under
Can We Transform the Auto-Industrial Society?
Kunstler's Road Trip
What Obama Must Do On the Road to Copenhagen
A new set of high definition videos are now online: Richard Heinberg on peak oil, Thaddeus Owen on permaculture, Ellen Brown on financial collapse, Tim Husdon on the four futures, and Kim Hill on the auto industry crisis, and more.
A City Made of Waste
Independence vs Splendid Isolation
EntropyPawsed Uses "A Pattern Language"
The Transition Movement comes to America
Watch This Video: City-Based Ecovillages
Powerdown toolkit #1- climate and peak oil
From Nuisance to Asset: The Greening of Alleyways
Thermal Storage Mass
Big Homes, 1-Person Households are Main Causes of Consumer Energy Waste
Expert sees housing growing more green
A weekly round-up from a UK perspective
Transition Town networking site for the U.S. - beginning of a movement?
Post Carbon Institute launches partnership with Transition United States
Transition Town movement gains traction in New Zealand
Alarmed by claims about Google searches
Growth in Energy Use Could Drop 22 Percent by 2030 Under Right Conditions: Report
It's Flue Season
Not everything about the suburbs will be a downside when the era of cheap fossil fuel comes to an end. Nearly all suburban dwellings have broad roofs and yards that are suitable for collecting some form of solar or in some places wind energy. In many cases, suburban yards are suitable for growing food or perhaps even raising poultry or other small livestock.