Krieg um Öl: Ein Erdölimperium als deutsches Kriegsziel 1938-1943
The Geopolitics of Global Energy
Developed countries responsible for climate change: Chinese expert
Peru: Police, Indigenous Indians Clash in Protests Over Resources
Ailing, banks still field strong lobby at Capitol
Herman Daly: From a failed growth economy to a steady-state economy
How Wall Street Fleeced Millions from Wisconsin schools
I'll admit that I never had much hope for the Waxman-Markey Cap & Trade climate bill, but now it's just a bad, bad joke.
Obama's Middle East Speech: VIDEO, Full Text
Using New Language, President Shows Understanding for Both Sides in Middle East
Obama's Cairo speech
Shibley Telhami on Obama’s Historic Speech
A weekly review from a UK perspective.
Passing of Father Thomas Berry, noted ecological thinker
It Isn't Nice
A Promise to Be Ethical in an Era of Immorality
Perhaps you have noticed a common theme in my recent columns. Each policy proposed to solve our economic, oil or climate problems I have examined has a fatal flaw, and often more than one. New initiatives always seem dead on arrival.
Allotment demand leads to 40-year waiting lists
Looking at Europe’s Green Ways
Energy policy of the Greens
Beyond Westminster's bankrupted practices, a new idealism is emerging (Transition movement)
Will Hammersmith eco-village inspire new generation of Diggers?
Critique of European liberal policy on energy
Copenhagen: Slipping past a tipping point
Free carbon emissions permits could create added costs
Canada: petro-state or rich nation?
Oil economy driving growth of controversial tar sands