In the next month, millions of Californians will receive their first "climate credit."
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This post shows statistical evidence that BP, like all other International Oil Companies, is in full peak oil mode.
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East-West tensions spiralled to levels not seen since the end of the cold war as Russia annexed Crimea this week.
The UK may very well be the first of the advanced economies to be taken down by energy supply constraints.
Diplomatic efforts are underway to diffuse tensions between Russia and the West following the overthrow of Ukrainian President Yanukovych. Should tensions escalate, one risk is the disruption of gas supplies from Russia to Europe via the Ukraine.
A couple of decades who could have imagined that a gust of wind wafting across a Wyoming plain could power an air conditioner as far off as Southern California? But it very well may be happening soon.
Like many others who preceded us, our "civilisation" faces an Energy Crisis of megawattic proportions, which threatens to bring an end to our brief joyride.
Climate change is back in the headlines in the US and also in the UK.
Progressive Radio's Gary Null talks peak oil, climate change, economy, culture, policy and much more with Kurt Cobb and Nate Hagens.