Nationalise coal— to fund a just transition away from it (interview)
How to end America’s deadly coal addiction
Clean Coal: Competitive Someday, Just Not Today
After many months of Ed Milliband putting himself out there as a Secretary of State for Energy and Climate Change that actually gets climate change, finally his big Plan, the UK Low Carbon Transition Plan was unveiled on Wednesday, in a speech in the House of Commons that namechecked Transition Towns and which is the boldest national vision for a low carbon society yet seen. Many others have since pitched in with their thoughts, I thought it might be useful here to offer an analysis from a Transition perspective.
UK announces long-term carbon reduction strategy
Climate change: Green dreams
Energy bill rises to tackle climate change are tiny
In Mother Russia, She's 1st Lady of Gardening
Why Jimmy Carter's Malaise Speech Is More Relevant than Ever
The Film Big Coal Does Not Want You to See
Another perspective on peak oil: Oil patch merger specialist Adam Waterous
Book Review: Blackout by Richard Heinberg
Peak oil v home-made jam
Flashing Lights on the Console: Albert Bates and Heinberg podcast
Nuclear power is well-disguised fossil fuel
Nuclear power must be part of energy solution
UK regulator raises French nuclear concerns
Iraq: Warily Moving Ahead on Oil Contracts
The Dirty War Against Clean Coal
A Flower Grows in West Africa
Time Wastes Too Fast (a wonderful link)
Bartlett votes against cap-and-trade
Monbiot: Why do we allow the US to act like a failed state on climate change?
Recession brings 'Las Vegas dream' to an end
Hansen of NASA Arrested in Coal Country
A weekly review from a UK perspective.
Australia’s new Energy White Paper will be crucial in dealing prudently and effectively with the immense challenges facing Australia as the era of cheap energy and the economic system based upon it comes to an end. We are now in the early stages of an unprecedented economic failure - the terminal decline and probable collapse of global Capitalism.