A weekly review from a UK perspective.
Both increasing unemployment and declining stock values indicate that we are entering an economic depression similar to the Great Depression. Although it is difficult to determine how much of this economic depression is caused by Peak Oil impacts and how much stems from mismanagement of the economy as well as from business and government corruption, Peak Oil plays a major role.
Learning Gardening and Energy Saving, Through Coaching and Competition
Mike Antheil at FARE updates the Florida Renewable Energy Dividend (RED) story
Food Deserts and Delivery: Discussions from the Pacific Northwest
Weekly round up from a UK perspective.
A weekly roundup of peak oil news, including:
- Production and prices
- Obama's budget
Black is the new green (Financial Times on biochar)
Australian opposition embraces biochar
Sierra Club & Worldwatch: Time to Get “Smart” on Biofuels
Review of "Fuel"
Preparing for a Flood of Energy Efficiency Spending
Intel Says Cheap Computing Is the Answer to Cutting Energy
Solar Panel Prices to Fall by up to 40 Per Cent by Year End
Tax innovations for solar energy
U.S. Congress Begins Talks On Energy Bill
Let the Clean Energy Revolution Begin
The Climate Change Lobby Explosion
Administration blocks more Bush-era oil shale development leases
Obama focuses on green economy in speech before Congress
The Obama Code
Economic Crisis Complicates California’s Goals on Climate
Oil's not well in Canada
A Marxist view of Obama's prospects
This content is no longer available. It was a pre-publication draft of a section of "Energy Limits to Growth," a report that will be published in expanded form by Post Carbon Institute and International Forum on globalization in May.