Obama remains diplomatic on oil and guns
European countries sign up for Nabucco deal to break Russia’s gas monopoly
Australian oil warning
Recently a friend gave me a copy of a January 22, 1973 issue of Newsweek. The cover title was “The Energy Crisis”. It’s interesting to look back and see how things have changed; or, to be more accurate, not changed.
The planet's future: Climate change 'will cause civilisation to collapse'
Scientists warn carbon dioxide may soon make coral reefs extinct
UK-French Summit: Declaration on international climate negotiations
Newsom's fresh idea: mandates on healthier food
A Geodesic Greenhouse — Year-Round Gardening at 6000 Feet
Announcing the Release of ‘Can Totnes and District Feed Itself?’
Eat What You Grow, Grow What You Eat?
Coming Soon: ‘Local Food’, a Transition guide, and an interview with the author
Pelosi buys off agri-business to advance climate bill
A weekly round-up including:
- Prices and production
- Reining in Speculation
Global Warming May Sap Productivity for Those With Outdoor Jobs
With Something for Everyone, Climate Bill Passed
Politics-as-Usual While the Planet Burns
A House in the Woods, After the Woods Are Gone
“In Mexico nothing happens, until it happens.” This is an old proverb here, and it can also easily apply to the current situation. Everything feels tranquilo and smooth, as if it is nothing out of the ordinary. However, as history shows us, once something begins in Mexico, it generally develops rapidly, and can end up being intensely spectacular.
California in 'fiscal emergency'
California's IOU to the world
Californians are sinking themselves
Thirty contestants, only one winner in the Iraqi oil licence gameshow
Eager to Tap Iraq's Vast Oil Reserves, Industry Execs Suggested Invasion
The unemployment timebomb is quietly ticking
Interview: Hungary—“Where we went wrong”