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
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.
If industrial civilization perishes, this will most likely happen because the steps needed to save it weren't considered cost-effective. In this first of a series of posts on the economics of the deindustrial future, the Archdruid explores the economic limits -- some real, others conjured into being by mistaken ideologies -- that stand in the way of constructive responses to the crisis of our time.
Worldchanging Interview: Bill McKibben
Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono urge meat-free Mondays
Town sets off on healthy path practicing 4 keys to longevity
Queen turns corner of palace backyard into an allotment (text and video)
Nearly Naked Riders Protest Oil Dependency
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
Too Stupid To Survive
How Canada fell from leader to laggard in high-speed rail... and why that needs to change
This Woman Is Redefining Public Transportation
Online screening of ‘In Transition’ for 72 hours
Financial crisis: high noon on the high street
Transition culture: Pushing back to a greener future
Transitioning Tampa Bay into sustainable communities
If you are familiar with author and ecopsychologist Carolyn Baker’s previous work, you know she makes no apologies for the doomer stance she developed since becoming aware of "the invasion and occupation of Iraq, Peak Oil, a fraudulent 2004 election, global warming, and at this writing, what appears to be full-blown economic meltdown."
The ecological and economic prognosticators who warn of a potentially unpleasant future for the human enterprise typically portray humanity as being at a fork in the road on our evolutionary journey. They contend that we are at a pivotal decision point at which we must make an “either/or” choice between a positive future outcome and a negative future outcome.
Transition film to be available for 48 hours Friday and Saturday
Daryl Hannah: the joy of living 'on the edge of civilisation'
Rebooting urban watersheds
The eco evangelist
Post-consumerism: emerging needs and market opportunities