What is needed to get us out of our comfort zone and fight for our children’s future?
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Can we transition to these renewable energy sources and continue using energy the way we do today?
On May 18 the International Monetary Fund (IMF) published a report titled “How Large are Global Energy Subsidies?” The question is a bit misleading...
Democracy presupposes a citizenry capable of thinking for themselves rather than being misled by propaganda.
Rather than ask how to achieve more, it is time to ask, “More of what? And why?”
There is another obvious and plausible explanation for the flat carbon emissions, namely, that the global economy did not grow by the stated percentage, that it may have grown only a fraction of that amount or not at all.
In other words, agriculture turned destructive not because of some intrinsic flaw within larger-scale, more sophisticated cultivation. It turned destructive for the same reason mining, conflict, grazing, or governance turned destructive.
In Part 1 of this series, I talked about why cheap fuels act to create economic growth. In this post, we will look at some supporting data showing how this connection works.
How does the economy really work? In my view, there are many erroneous theories in published literature.
A steady state economy is defined by a constant population and a constant stock of physical capital.