Last year, Sofia witnessed first hand the near complete collapse of the island’s economy...
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The economy of Italy seem to be declining as a consequence of the increasing cost (or - equivalently - declining energy returns, EROEI) of primary energy sources, mainly natural gas and crude oil.
Italy' peak oil has arrived: we are back to 1967 in terms of oil consumption.
De Wereld Morgen asks Richard Heinberg about the prospects for fracking in Europe.
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Shared problems need shared solutions. That's why, last May, members of various European social movements met in Frankfurt to protest the European Central Bank in three days of action under the name “Blockupy.” There, they decided that they needed to do more to create joint …