San Francisco was born at the beginning of the oil age, and the city has flourished during an era in which fossil fuels became the foundation of our economy and society...Task Force Members will present their findings to members of the Board of Supervisors’ Government Oversight and Audit Committee in Room 263 of City Hall at 2:00 PM on Thursday, July 23. Interested readers in the San Francisco Bay Area are invited to join them in room 263, City Hall, at 2:00 P.M.
Book Review: Green Algae Strategy
Mining "Ice That Burns"
Human sewage to power thousands of homes
A coming world that's 'a whole lot smaller' (Jeff Rubin's new book)
Raymond James: Don’t ‘underestimate’ oil’s coming 1980s-style down cycle
Why oil shortages may cause price decreases, rather than increases
The race to harness hydrates
Report: Climate change will bring big problems for small number of countries
Moscow warns of future energy wars
King Abdullah of Jordan's ultimatum: peace now or it’s war next year
Pipelineistan goes Af-Pak
What is the next energy source that will give us what oil, coal and natural gas give us today? A Great many scientists, industry leaders and governments throughout the developed world believe that will be methane. More specifically they believe it will be methane hydrates.
Weaving the magic number, 350, into Transition
US climate change activists go on trial
Methane hydrates: Energy's most dangerous game
Climate change and wildfires
The methane time bomb
Permafrost may survive global climate change, new evidence suggests
Catastrophic fall in numbers reveals bird populations in crisis throughout the world
UK report: Energy security 'more important than climate change'
EU could halt energy demand growth, says study
Cheap thrills: Can you live on a pound a day?
Brown vows freedom from oil dictatorship
How food waste can power your home
When the wind doesn't blow
Environment Minister Sammy Wilson: climate change views are "hysterical psuedo-religion"
Dirty tactics to defend a dirty industry
The stakes could not be higher. Everything hinges on stopping coal
Coal's future is safe - but what about the climate?
Green groups drop opposition to Texas coal plant