Obama targets US public with call for climate action
Not-So-Dirty Plant Encourages Coal Stalwarts
S.F. OKs toughest recycling law in U.S.
We need a stable oil price – but we're at the mercy of Opec
Peak coal, global warming policy and exponential math
Rising oil prices will buy off democracy
How much oil is in the arctic?
A weekly update from a UK perspective, including Guest Commentary.
Imported minerals, metals fuel U.S. shift to homegrown power
Goodbye fossil fuel dependence, hello rare earth dependence!
U.S. foresees a thinner cushion of coal
Have we reached peak coal?
Peak Oil, Sustainability and the Problem of Freedom
Coal, Oil and the Human Difficulty of Grasping Long Duration Problems
War, what is it good for? It made us less selfish
When President Clinton made his first of six trips, Brazil was a poor nation that needed to borrow money from its wealthy brother. Today the roles are reversed. The USA now borrows money from the entire world while Brazil has money in its “piggybank”. The decisive change is that Brazil is on the way to becoming self-sufficient in oil and that they export ethanol, while the USA is becoming increasingly dependent on imported energy. Access to energy is decisive for a nation’s future.
Technology seen key to oil sands: Chu
Waxman Irks Allies by Bargaining With Companies on Climate Bill
Climate Bill Earmarks $500M for Clean Coal
Europe's overseas push into biofuels
Why farm-state pols rage against the EPA’s biofuel stance
New book from National Academies: Liquid Transportation Fuels from Coal and Biomass
Book review: On Borrowed Time? Assessing the Threat of Mineral Depletion
Letter in Science on Hubbert linearization
Kjell to speak on peak oil in Sydney
Are we moving towards a new oil crisis?
The slavery of oil
Barack Obama's key climate bill hit by $45m PR campaign
Scouts Train to Fight Terrorists, and More
Deb Doncaster at CPFO talks about Ontario's Green Energy and Economy Act (audio)