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Resilience Roundup - July 31

Global Coal Boom Ends As China — And World — Wakes Up To Reality Of Carbon Pollution | It's not Climate Change - It's Everything Change | Hillary Clinton has a renewable energy plan, but she still needs one for fossil fuels | Study: We've wiped out half the world's wildlife since 1970 | Against Forgetting...

Resilience Roundup - July 24

Recession rather than shale gas caused US carbon cuts - study | Study shows more hospital stays in three fracking counties | Earth’s Most Famous Climate Scientist Issues Bombshell Sea Level Warning | NOAA State of the Climate report: Which seven records were broken in 2014? | Capitalism, Green or Otherwise, Is 'Ecological Suicide'...

Light posting

Due to editor vacation, there will be lighter than usual posting at Resilience.org from 13 to 20 July. Regular posting will resume on 21st July.

Resilience Roundup - July 10

Is it ok for scientists to weep over climate change? | Climate change is a matter of human rights, agrees UN | CO2 emissions threaten ocean crisis| Trees are latest victims of California’s four-year drought| Drought Sends U.S. Water Agency Back to Drawing Board...

Resilience Roundup - July 3

The World is Defenceless Againts the Next Financial Crisis Warns BIS | Global Climate Pact Gains Momentum as China, U.S. and Brazil Detail Plans | Climate pledge puts China on course to peak emissions as early as 2027 | UN tells oil giants to stop lobbying against climate deal...

Resilience Roundup - June 26

Earth is on brink of a sixth mass extinction, scientists say, and it’s humans’ fault, Dutch government ordered to cut carbon emissions in landmark ruling, Europe’s energy revolution marches on: one-third of power supply now renewable, The Men Who’re Stealing The Sun , Why wind and solar power are such a challenge for energy grids, North Dakota's oil production has …

Resilience Roundup - June 19

This Big Texas City Will Soon Be Powered Entirely By Wind And Sun, Radical Ecological Democracy: A Path Forward for India and Beyond, This Small Town Shows Why The Trans-Pacific Partnership Could Be A Disaster For American Workers, 'It’s going to be bad, whatever happens': Greece on edge as eurozone exit looms, TED Talk: How to Reimagine the Streets of the Future with Janette Sadik-Khan, …

Mud is Good, a Resilience Reflection from Joanne Poyourow

In my work every day I'm trying to listen to Nature and intuit how to better fit into Her systems.

Resilience Roundup - June 12

Here's what it would take for the US to run on 100% renewable energy, Fossil fuel divestment is rational, says former Shell chairman, ‘Big oil’ split over climate-change risk as Paris talks loom, What game are oil majors playing on climate change?, Wasted Energy, Norway Will Divest From Coal in Push Against Climate Change, Going for gas: the risky strategy of world’s largest …

Resilience Reflections with Rahul Goswami

What keeps me going is the desire to put this accumulation of experience, however rude and mis-shapen it might be in parts, to good use, so that one less field becomes pavement, so that one less stream dries up, that one less meaningful cultural practice fades away in an urban slum, and so that one less barrel of oil is burned just because a way of life deems that burning as inevitable.
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