The environmental impact of Google searches
How you can help reduce the footprint of the Web
Heinberg: Opportunity for FUNDAMENTAL change
Friedman: If China and America each give birth to a pig — a big, energy-devouring, climate-spoiling stimulus hog ...
A Crossroad for Russia and America
Upgrading the electric grid - many pluses but some minuses too
RMI's oil imports map
Obama issues do-or-die warning on recession
A $2 trillion bet on powering America
Greening the Ghetto
Porn industry seeks federal bailout
Fusion we can believe in?
The staggering cost of new nuclear power
EDF calls on UK to declare nuclear need
Fatih Birol talks the talk on peak oil - In this 40 minute exclusive interview for my film "PetroApocalypse Now?" I interviewed Fatih Birol, Chief Economist of the IEA about reserves, the USGS, technology, demand and recession, solutions and peak oil. (Also, a mini-review of the film)
As I sip my morning espresso, I have a brief moment of longing for an earlier time when I could make my stovetop coffee quickly on a gas burner. It takes a lot longer using this electric one. Little did we know that gas was right behind oil in peaking. Fortunately we finally have plenty of solar-produced electricity and, once again, access to coffee. So it's a minor inconvenience, but just another reminder of things we used to take for granted.
A weekly round-up from a UK perspective
Climate change experts 'lose faith' in renewable technology
Solar's future doesn't look quite so sunny
Floating Offshore Wind Power
Indonesia: New energy scheme not a load of bull
Sweet Answer to a Fuel Problem
A weekly digest from a UK perspective.
Ride-sharing: A technology for the long emergency
Always-on headlines in the EU - accelerating peak oil?
How US is Losing the Plug-in Race