Media & persuasion
Adventures in Urban Farming
Lettuce From the Garden, With Worms
Experimental Farm Increases Ecosystem Services - Study
Transitioning to a post-peak oil world
What Can Happen When a Transition Initiative and its Local Government Work Together: the Stroud Story
A Look at Peak Oil Preparation Plans from Around the World
Thinking Local Part I: Bringing the Sheep Back
Recession generation? Young adults brace for simpler lifestyle
U.S. Stimulus Puts Bullet Trains on the Fast Track
Don’t Fight The Powerful Trends Now Underway
Pump Prices Driving More to Mass Transit
My Home, My Shadow Home: Where We Really Live
The financial return on energy invested
The "Export Land Model" in English: NET is what matters, not gross
Monbiot: Any real effort on climate change will hurt. Start with the easy bits: war toys
The Griffin Has Landed
Spare me that rubbish about your 'rights'
Transition Web project: recommendations report
FTC plans to monitor blogs for claims, payments
A review of three 'sort-of' post-oil novels
Since March 2008, Deconstructing Dinner has featured The Local Grain Revolution - a series tracking the evolution of Canada's first community supported agriculture (CSA) project for grain.
The War Over Waxman-Markey
The War Against the 'War on Drugs'
Opposition to the food safety bills
From the Ashes of ’69, a River Reborn (Ohio's Cuyahoga - the "burning river")
Destroying Levees in a State Usually Clamoring for Them
Collapse Dynamics: Phase transitions in complex social systems
How will knowledge of collapse impact collapse?
Again social evils haunt Britain. Do we still have the spirit to thwart them?
The revolution will be tweeted
Reporting Incorporated: Gene Randall, Chevron, and the 'Dark Side'
World can't be changed without fighting Western propaganda