Media & persuasion

Sacred Demise (review)

Kristin Sponsler, Energy Bulletin

If you are familiar with author and ecopsychologist Carolyn Baker’s previous work, you know she makes no apologies for the doomer stance she developed since becoming aware of "the invasion and occupation of Iraq, Peak Oil, a fraudulent 2004 election, global warming, and at this writing, what appears to be full-blown economic meltdown."

archived June 12, 2009
	

Deep thought - June 12

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Jason Bradford: A Message to the Nearly Converted
Profiting from Scarcity
A Review of Neil Jackson’s Photo Essay "Conflict"

archived June 12, 2009
	

The peak oil crisis: a letter from Baghdad

Tom Whipple, Falls Church News-Press

Like the soldiers surveyed in Baghdad, a critical mass of Americans and their political leaders are simply not ready to accept the consequences of what is about to befall us.

archived June 11, 2009
	

How To Boil A Frog (film review)

Amanda Kovattana, Energy Bulletin

A lively film promoting activism via video that is in itself a sophisticated example of the medium. With a personal narrative from author/activist Jon Cooksey, this is a rapid fire account of five problems that are bringing the human race to the brink of disaster due to ecological deterioration of the planet.

archived May 23, 2009
	

Media & persuasion - June 10

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Climate change theatre
Calling Earth from the Air: world release of green movie ‘Home’
It's the end of the world as we know it (annotated)
Your Chance to See ‘In Transition’, the emerging plans for its release, as well as an appeal for help in finishing it…

archived June 10, 2009
	

Nation & energy - June 10

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Choosing Iran's Next Leader
Europe's pipeline politics
Energy fuels new 'Great Game' in Europe

archived June 10, 2009
	

Climate fixes - June 10

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Could Cap and Trade Cause Another Market Meltdown?
Alberta Environment Minister: Carbon capture no 'silver bullet'
Papua New Guinea and carbon trading: money grows on trees
Carbon Offsetting is “Fundamentally Flawed”

archived June 10, 2009
	

News business - June 9

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Newspapers must stop taking advertising from environmental villains
Funniest award of the week
Ehrenrich: Welcome to a Dying Industry, Journalism Grads

archived June 9, 2009
	

UK & Europe - June 9

Staff, Energy Bulletin

European communist parties on energy
German regions selected for electric mobility pilots
Economy Shows Cracks in European Union
Alistair Darling says Labour to blame for BNP poll success

archived June 9, 2009
	

United States - June 9

Staff, Energy Bulletin

Lagging Recognition
Industry Defends Drilling, Ignores Water Contamination
Upping the Ante

archived June 9, 2009