Institute for Defense Analyses: Review and Analysis of the Peak Oil Debate
Aleklett talk in Adelaide(podcast and slides)
"The Global Crisis Is Really About a 140-dollar Barrel of Oil"*(Rubin interview)
Oil Age still has some time to run
Energy Journal Roundup: June 2009
A weekly review from a UK perspective.
Saving some of our civilization's achievements for our successors is certainly something worth fighting for. The problem is that bequeathing them a hoard of textbooks written on acid-free paper won't be of much use if they don't understand them... as it is very likely to be the case.
A weekly round-up including:
- Prices and production
Brazil, Russia, India and China form bloc to challenge US dominance
BRIC countries seek more clout at summit
News Analysis: BRIC makes formal debut with first summit meeting
Advanced Worm Composting
Agriculture Offsets -- a Savior or a Boondoggle?
Reality Report: Michael Bomford Interview: Do We Need Fossil Fuels to Feed Ourselves?
Crop to Cuisine: Food & Wine Magazine Celebrates Sustainable Food in Aspen
Someday, someone is going to ask me what happened to the United States - wasn’t it once one of the biggest economies in the world? I’ve already got my answer ready - we sold ourselves to other countries for flat-screened tvs and other plastic toys. And weirdest of all, for a long time, we actually thought we got the better of the deal.
Making the Case for Climate as a Migration Driver
Climate change's challenge to India
Big Ag Goes Green
The Story of the Trillion Tons of Carbon
Reindeer & Caribou Populations Plunge
Book Review: Green Algae Strategy
Mining "Ice That Burns"
Human sewage to power thousands of homes
Dynamic Design, Dynamic Cities
White Rooftops May Help Slow Warming
US cities may have to be bulldozed in order to survive
Suburban dream lives on in Australia