Dark Age America: Climate
One of the most important factors that will shape the history of North America over the next five centuries and is particularly amenable to a systems analysis is climate.
A peek at a possible post-peak oil future
Over the past decade, a number of thinkers have tried to imagine how a post peak-oil, energy-descent future might manifest.
Peak oil notes - July 31
A mid-week update. Crude prices continued to fall this week as markets ignored the new sanctions on Russia and the increasing turmoil in the Middle East to focus on sagging gasoline demand and increasing product stocks.
We Can't Have Social Justice Without Environmental Sustainability
The interests of people and the planet are bound together and depend on each other.
The Ukraine conflict, peak cheap gas and the MH17 tragedy
The number of countries with fossil fuel conflicts and wars is increasing. Libya, Sudan, Egypt (Sinai), Yemen, Syria, Iraq and now Ukraine. The result is that many innocent people die and that actual oil/gas production drops.
Indigenous Seed Savers Fight Climate Change with Biodiversity
As farmer Mamani stated, “It’s time traditional knowledge and science work together.”
New Threat to Oilsand Projects
A new study suggests that naturally occurring upward flow of groundwater in the oilsands region is creating fractures and weaknesses that may explain a series of catastrophic events for the controversial mining industry.
Resilience Roundup - July 31
A roundup of the news, views and ideas from the main stream press and the blogosphere.
Cold War leftovers
One should be grateful to one’s critics–it is much better to be criticized than ignored.
23 Food Sharing Projects That Are Disrupting HungerStories 1 - 10 of 2057
Food is one of our most basic needs. And yet, for over 800 million people, food insecurity remains a daily issue.