“The only way to bring [CO2] down is through plants...”
I hope that more people realise a little bit more about the impacts it might have on people’s health, go away, read a bit more, have more conversations and let’s try and change something.
The focus of this post is not the legal situation but the underlying cause for this conflict: Vietnamese oil production has peaked and Chinese oil production is not growing commensurate with demand.
In these interviews, we look at peak oil theory with Richard Heinberg and James Hamilton.
When it comes to climate change, the latest House of Lords report is yet another in a long line of eloquent obfuscations rearranging deckchairs on the Titanic rather than grasping the wheel and urgently steering a different course.
...the ‘Jackson Rising’ conference in Jackson, Mississippi...was a highly successful and intensive exploration of Black power, the solidarity economy and the possibilities unleashed for democratic change when radicals win urban elections.
At one time, real bread bakeries could be found at the heart of almost every neighbourhood, providing skilled employment opportunities for people from that community, and allowing everyone else to find a key staple foodstuff within walking distance.