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Is Peak Oil Dead and What Does it Mean for Climate Change?

This session seeks to bring together fossil fuel experts and climate experts for a daring exploration of the new landscape created by fracking and other unconventional methods of fossil fuel recovery.

Six Foundations – Presentation to Community Action Partnership

American towns and cities face a series of economic, environmental, and social justice challenges that hit the most disadvantaged communities especially hard.

La Grande Négociation: While we Bargain, our Ultimate Fate Comes Down to Acceptance

I have to confess a certain reluctance in sharing my views about the Paris climate talks, knowing as I do that it’s all too easy to judge from a distance while so many wonderful, dedicated colleagues are in Paris trying to ensure that some kind of meaningful, tangible progress is achieved at COP21.

What are the Essential Elements for Successfully Building Community Resilience?

Introducing Six Foundations for Building Community Resilience, PCI’s new report which describes how communities can approach the full scope of the 21st century’s challenges equitably and sustainably.

On Halloween costumes and Christmas cups

If offensive Halloween costumes and throwaway holiday coffee cups can generate this much discord and animosity, what happens when Americans are faced with far more complex and challenging situations?

Keystone XL: History Up Close

After nearly 30 years of inaction, will 2015 be seen as the year that the “war on climate change” started in earnest?

Tight Oil Reality Check

America’s energy future is largely determined by the assumptions and expectations we have today.

Shale Gas Reality Check

Recently, the EIA released its Annual Energy Outlook 2015 and so we asked David Hughes to see how the EIA’s projections and assumptions have changed over the last year...

Powering Community: Talking Resilience with Timothy DenHerder-Thomas

Our whole economy is built on financing things for privatized benefit.

U.S. & China Emmissions Deal is First Step but More Needed

The world’s two most egregious air polluters – the U.S. and China – announced a deal to cut greenhouse gas emissions during the next 20 years.
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