Has the internet killed the joys of sitting down with a good book?
Protect the web, says Sir Tim Berners-Lee
Getting ‘wiki’ with it?
Greensboro urged to prepare for oil crisis
A British town's attempt to kick the oil habit
Vancouver debates zero waste
Stop digging (Peak Shrink interview)(audio)
The world they will inherit
Is frugal the new black?
Shelf life of prescription medications
A new online document addresses the important questions that regularly come up about peak oil. We encourage those who engage with the media to distribute the guide. Input from knowledgeable experts is welcome.
Summary of the peak oil story at June 2008. Major themes:
- The US oil story
- The world oil story
- Five myths
Six Degrees, but no PhD (science writing by non-scientists)
Environmental stories you can localize: climate change, food crisis, water pollution
The Internet and its discontents
Energy Kid's Page from the EIA
Izzy Stone, Patron Saint of Bloggers
The Ups and Downs of Giving a Peak Oil Presentation
Broadcast Legend Bill Moyers on Media Reform
Is Google Making Us Stupid?
The Associated Press, Bloggers, Boycotts, and Copyright Issues
Blogger arrests hit record high
Yale Environment 360, a new online magazine dedicated to covering the global environment, is launching today at http://e360.yale.edu. Edited by Roger Cohn, the former editor of Mother Jones and Audubon magazines, Yale Environment 360 aims to become one of the leading Web sites for commentary and reporting on the crucial environmental issues of the day.
ASPO-USA's fourth annual “Dialogue with the Experts,” a high-level conference to discuss impacts of and responses to a peak in world oil production.
The conference begins with an introduction by U.S. Congressional Peak Oil Caucus member Vern Ehlers and a keynote by Dr. David Goodstein, author of Out of Gas: The End of the Age of Oil.