Politics

United Kingdom - May 14

Staff, Energy Bulletin

UK advertising rules save us from the climate lobbying mess in the US
Green movement 'hijacked' by politics
Monbiot: Funding for academic research has been taken over by business
G20 police 'used undercover men to incite crowds'

archived May 14, 2009
	

United States - May 13

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Green 'Czar' Pushes Jobs, Community-Building (audio & text)
Obama's Weird Idea of Auto Industry Rescue: Use Our Money to Build Car Factories Abroad
Buying Brand Obama
Kunstler: Decoupling From Reality
Getting America Off Oil: The Oil Solutions Initiative

archived May 13, 2009
	

ODAC Newsletter - May 8

Staff, Oil Depletion Analysis Centre

A weekly review from a UK perspective

archived May 8, 2009
	

Peak oil notes - May 7

Tom Whipple, ASPO-USA

A weekly round-up including:
- Prices and production
- The Bankruptcies

archived May 7, 2009
	

Iraq - May 7

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Heritage Oil strikes big in Kurdish Iraq
Oil groups set to end 40-year exile from Iraq
Iraq bloodshed rises as US allies defect

archived May 7, 2009
	

Somebody's gotta do it

Richard Heinberg, Post Carbon Institute

Hi. My job is trying to save the world, and I’d like to tell you a little about my line of work.

archived May 6, 2009
	

Towards a new economy - May 6

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Review: Prosperity Without Growth? by Professor Tim Jackson
Will Workers Be Left Behind in a Green Transition?
Greener Companies “More Crunch-Proof”

archived May 6, 2009
	

Geopolitics - May 6

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Russia expels two diplomats as Nato begins military exercises in Georgia
The Battle for Control of Pakistan
Europe: The Right Rises

archived May 6, 2009
	

Geopolitics - May 5

Staff, Energy Bulletin

After six years, one month and 11 days, Britain ends its military mission in Iraq
The rise and rise of Russian nationalism
The Geopolitics of Pandemics

archived May 5, 2009
	

Review of A Presidential Energy Policy by Mike Ruppert

Carolyn Baker, Speaking Truth to Power

As with nearly all of Mike's writing over the years, some parts are resoundingly liberal and resemble FDR's New Deal, and some parts echo a conservative Republican or Libertarian approach simply because Mike's overarching concern has always been to "implement policies that will keep the nation functioning and that will protect the American people and the world as a whole."

archived May 3, 2009