A peak oil science curriculum suitable for introductory college science classes, advanced high school classes, and adult seminars. (Parts 1 and 2 combined).
US urged to fight fuel demand with cost
Oil sands 'most destructive project on earth'
Alberta premier Ed Stelmach strikes back
Absence of climate issue in primaries
Population growth and depleting resources…
U.S. work force moves to green-collar jobs
Roubini: Economy risks the mother of all meltdowns
When oil crisis hits, Canada fantasyland will become nightmare
Take the muzzles off scientists
Oil sands are shifting in Alberta
Canada needs Strategic Petroleum Reserves
Russian economy succumbs to the oil curse
'Huge' gas field found off Iran
A frail economy raises pressure on Iran’s rulers
Canada's shifting sands
oil around the world
Heavy footprint weighs down U.S. empire
Why Cape Breton shakes in the echo of this distant boom (tarsands)
The energy efficiency option
Excerpts from a long interview with Shell's Jeroen van der Veer.
Candid piece on PO from Bloomberg: "Prius designer says industry must lose oil addiction"
Energy: Centre of power is on the move
The universal mining nachine
Oil pimping: Kunstler interview
Prospecting for gas and oil in Lake Geneva
Panel: state of the energy industry
Oilsands producers get failing grade on environment
Coal industry plugs into the campaign
The coal truth on candidates
It behooves us to keep track of what's going on at the tar sands in so far as the "official" story now states that well-being of the world's most voracious oil consumer depends on steadily rising synthetic crude output. A close look reveals that all is not well along the Athabasca River.
Canada is rich, big and cold, and we share two borders with the United States. Those factors explain why we are the world’s energy pigs, but they do not justify it.