The WHO (World Health Organization) has released its latest in a series of reports...I find the report psychologically dissociative, ethically compromised, and in an intellectual malaise.
Articles: limits to growth (46)
How long can economic growth continue in a finite world? This is the question the 1972 book The Limits to Growth by Donella Meadows and others sought to answer.
What is correct way to model the future course of energy and the economy?...With different approaches, researchers can obtain vastly different indications. I will show that the real issue is most researchers are modeling the wrong limit.
Lost in a make believe world while we destroy the real one.
With Christmas past, household consumption reached its yearly peak in many countries. Whilst this celebration still brings up a homely picture of tranquility, the truth is that Christmas is characterized more by frenzied shopping, stress and overspending than by peace and quality time.
There has always seemed to be something deeply wrong with fracking for oil and natural gas.
Richard Heinberg presenting at Universidad Metropolitana (UMET) Puerto Rico.
A Manchester where all people can thrive without harming the planet? Mark Burton introduces the Steady State Manchester Project...
The issue of our collective state of denial had been bothering me for a year or two by the time Michael Moore showed up in Madison.
The discovery of new lands to exploit, and new energy sources, helped reinforce the notion that human societies can always find a way around limitations upon its growth.