Worker cooperatives are rising, and youth are increasingly becoming a part of their success.
The window of opportunity to capture Asian gas markets has eluded proposed liquefied natural gas projects in British Columbia, and as a consequence it is unlikely that any LNG projects will likely be commissioned or economic for another decade.
Haymaking is a battle, a war with time and nature, a struggle whose sole aim is to make “all flesh grass”.
The problem of Colony Collapse Disorder is a symptom of transient pollinators-for-hire who are forced to live in giant bee slums and to survive on diets of junk food.
A weekly review including Oil and the Global Economy, The Middle East & North Africa, Russia/Ukraine, Greece, The Briefs.
The high energy prices of the last decade or so may be, in part, responsible for low productivity growth. And yet, in a sampling of recent coverage of the productivity issue, not one piece mentioned energy.
A renewable energy revolution is sweeping the planet. This revolution has profound implications because it signals that the global economy is moving to stop the growth of our human carbon footprint.
With over 250 arrests and counting, We Are Seneca Lake is becoming one of the largest environmental civil disobedience protests in New York history.
Using human urine and faeces as fertiliser may seem an unappetising concept but it’s been common practice for centuries.
Reductionist science is not the answer to the problems engendered by a finite biosphere with a human population in overshoot.
Shell’s Arctic voyage marks beginning of peak oil era...
A midweek roundup. After a five-session losing streak, oil prices reversed on Wednesday, climbing about a dollar a barrel in New York and London to close at $58.98 and $65.03 respectively
An organic farm marketer brought me a strange book to read and I can’t get it out of my mind.
Among the manifold quotes that are attributed to Albert Einstein, are variants along the lines of: "If the bee disappeared off the surface of the globe then man would only have four years of life left. No more bees, no more pollination, no more plants, no more animals, no more man."
These Friends from High School Bought an Abandoned Factory. Now They're Distilling Artisanal Whiskeys
“If we can put this building back to work, we can put any building in Indianapolis to work,” says Taft. “And if we can do it here, we can do it anywhere.”
California State of Emergency: Up To 105,000 Gallons of Oil Spill in Santa Barbara from Plains All American Pipeline
Up to 105,000 gallons of oil obtained via offshore drilling have spilled from a pipeline owned by Plains All American at Refugio State Beach in Santa Barbara County in California.
William Davies’ new book The Happiness Industry is a fascinating and vivid journey through the history of economics, advertising, psychology, management and more.
The era of impact is the point at which it becomes clear to most people that something has gone wrong with the most basic narratives of a society...
Heinberg, who has few peers in the art of distilling complex messages down to simple, easily understandable take-aways, gives this summation of our fossil fuel predicament: “it’s all about energy; renewables are the future; growth is over.”
How the anti-green ‘Breakthrough Institute’ misrepresents science to advance a technocratic agenda and undermine grassroots environmentalism.
Will the growth of urban agriculture bring with it the growth of urban agricultural lawyers?