The Vulnerability of Energy Infrastructure to Environmental Change
"New" Nuclear Reactors, Same Old Story
Safety threat to planned nuclear power stations
Book advocates Integral Fast Reactor (IFR)
Schlesinger and Hirsch: Getting real on wind and solar
California takes on King Corn
U.S. Congress begins drive for climate change bill
U.S. May Never Need More Nuclear, Coal Plants, FERC Head Says
US Natural Gas Prices: "The Fix is Underway"
How much greenhouse gas comes from food?
Marijuana Advocates Point to Signs of Change
Just $6bn Will Save a Generation From Starvation, Says UN
A weekly review from a UK perspective.
"We are concerned, that oil companies are reducing their investment levels. When demand returns a supply shortage could appear. We are even predicting that this shortage could occur in 2013." Said Nobuo Tanaka, head of the IEA.
What if it was the US that closed the Straits of Hormuz? What would the world think if the US directly precipitated the end of ship traffic in the Straits, or at least severe restrictions on transit and passage? Well, we almost found out last Friday, March 20.
A weekly review from a UK perspective
Friedman: Mother Nature’s Dow
Size, Complexity, and Gluttony
The End of the Women's Movement
Matt Simmons sees oil shock from credit crunch
Kurt Cobb: Is thorium an energy alchemist's dream?
Energy pundits duke it out at Aspen Institute
Social critic James Kunstler offers a decidedly darker view
CBC on peak oil, Transition Town Totnes and Robert Hirsch
Jeff Rubin: Oil scarcity will spell end of globalisation