Suppress your anger now, folks, because I am going to share a handy idea for de-stressing your NEXT Christmas. Not this one.
A weekly review including: Oil and the Global Economy, The Middle East & North Africa, China, Russia/Ukraine, Quote of the Week, The Briefs.
The title says it all: Corporations Are Not People.
People are also the environment, we are our own ecological system integrated into the larger systems.
Some environmental advocates are calling for Pennsylvania to undertake a similar review to New York's.
We are on the verge of a major tipping point in the way civilization works.
The quest for an ample supply of energy is, in fact, at the heart of human greed.
To call forth an emergency response from people, we have to put them in the role of rescuer. We must make clear that (1) an emergency is unfolding and (2) YOU have a critical role in responding to it.
Can our local economy be free of carcinogens?
For the past 12 months I’ve been taking a serious look at the reality of our modern food system and the impacts it has on our environment, our health and our communities. It was a sobering experience.
Divestment is strictly the selling up of all fossil fuel share holdings. However it is currently difficult to decide which fossil should have priority for this though gas is widely, though probably inaccurately, considered to be of less priority than the other fossil fuels, or even exempt from …
Oil prices have fallen by half since late June. Since it’s almost the end of the year, perhaps this is a good time to stop and ask why?
The attraction of profit in the short-term overwhelms longer-term considerations, even for the most “enlightened” of businesspeople.
A roundup of the news, views and ideas from the main stream press and the blogosphere
Amazingly, it is sometimes a criminal act to retrieve food that has been thrown away.
Whether you are sitting on the beach, stuck at the airport, or cuddled up next to the fire this winter, these 18 books can help satisfy your mind, soul, and stomach.
Most observers are saying the pause in the rapid decline in oil prices is mostly techincial and that lower prices still are expected.
What do the plummeting oil prices tell us not only about our near term economic future in Canada, but the political fragility of the world's petro states?
Before anything else it seems important to say that there are lots of chapters in this book that I think are quite excellent as short pithy descriptions of the key concepts of degrowth.
In a victory for environmental, health and community activists, fracking has been banned in New York state.
Every square on the bingo card marked “economic debacle” has been filled in with a pen dipped in fracking fluid.