Could the price of oil be a value such that the current quantity produced exceeds the current quantity consumed?
We need to transcend our current paradigm in which cognitive, intellectual ways of knowing are privileged at the expense of all others and in which didactic methods continue to dominate.
I can see The Age of Consequences from my home.
Jim Koplin, who developed the most comprehensive and consistent radical left/feminist/anti-racist/ecological politics of anyone I have ever known, talked with great affection about his time as a bank teller.
As an anthropologist, I see planetary problems from a cultural and evolutionary perspective that could offer a different take on the subject.
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Let’s face it – we’re more or less on our own. The impetus for change has to come from the bottom and the local.
How did that unstoppable summer deluge become a trickle and then a drought?
Whatever we do in Cyprus doesn’t really stay in Cyprus. It’s like the effect gets multiplied and spread, from here to the nearby regions, and from there on.
According to community economics advocate Michael Shuman, mainstream economic development today is a scam.
Last week a new television series set amidst the North Dakota oil boom debuted. "Blood and Oil" tells the story of locals and newcomers striking it rich in The Bakken, an oil formation that has been heralded as containing more oil than Saudi Arabia--a wildly misleading but …
The life history of indigo dyed things captures the life and death of social values, relationships, and structures in India and China.
Rapidly rising temperatures, changes in precipitation, and increased lightning strikes are leading to ever-larger wildfires in the northern forests of Alaska, Canada, and Siberia, with potentially severe ecological consequences.
Most people haven’t heard about the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The use of native shrubs can help feed water to neighboring crops. This article is a good reminder that strategic crop placement is important.
Shell Exits Arctic as Slump in Oil Prices Forces Industry to Retrench | Mark Carney warns investors of ‘potentially huge’ losses from climate change risks | Oil Companies Running Out Of Options | New Leader Of Canada’s Largest Oil-Producing Province Is Ready To Steer It …
A decade ago electric cars were a lost cause. The popular 2006 documentary Who Killed the Electric Car?, highlighted the role of carmakers, oil companies and politics to explain why a technology with a lot of promise never caught on.
'People are ready for a deeper, much more systemic critique and much more grassroots, radical solutions,' says film's director Avi Lewis.
According to EIA data, monthly US crude oil production peaked in April 2015 at 9.6 mb/d.
For a lot of people with money, they have wrapped their identity up in it. That is their narrative.
We can focus on building beautiful places but, as we say here at Strong Towns, financial solvency is a prerequisite to doing good.