Is Peak Oil Dead and What Does It Mean for Climate Change?
Articles: energy constraints (14)
Can we transition to these renewable energy sources and continue using energy the way we do today?
How we use energy is as important as how we get it.
Development professionals do their work under the assumption that the developing world will some day look a lot like the developed world.
In this talk, Nate Hagens synthesizes the current landscape of global energy, environment and financial risks while offering suggestions on what to do as a hominid living on a full planet.
In a New York Times op-ed published September 18 titled “Errors and Emissions,” economist-columnist Paul Krugman took a swipe at my organization, Post Carbon Institute, lumping us together with the Koch brothers as purveyors of “climate despair.” But not only does …
The number of countries with fossil fuel conflicts and wars is increasing. Libya, Sudan, Egypt (Sinai), Yemen, Syria, Iraq and now Ukraine. The result is that many innocent people die and that actual oil/gas production drops.
One of the most important factors that will shape the history of North America over the next five centuries and is particularly amenable to a systems analysis is climate.
The seemingly ever growing oil production is deceiving. The process of peaking is happening right under the growth curve. One has only to look for it
Long-term sustainability of industry is highly questionable, studies show.