Another year, another U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) assessment report that makes the agencies own forecasters look foolish.
As much as building walls cannot be the answer to the horrible situation of refugees seeking asylum in Europe, it cannot be the means of choice for protecting national economies either.
A weekly roundup of peak oil news, including: -Quotes of the week -Oil and the global economy -The Middle East and North Africa -China -Russia/Ukraine -The Briefs
It’s easy to fall into the trap of thinking about sustainable growing in strictly environmental terms.
The movements for environmental, climate, and social justice that I have spent my life studying and now participate in must become much stronger than at present. But my reading of world history leads me to believe that they can succeed.
Analysis: What the US-Canada climate deal actually means | Oklahoma Puts Limits on Oil and Gas Wells to Fight Quakes | U.S. Oil Output Headed to Four-Year Low as Shale Boom Wanes...
The disaster took place just as some nations were considering the idea of a “nuclear renaissance”. The impact of Fukushima on the nuclear industry was severe, in Japan and beyond.
Our theme for the next 2 months is 'International'. With the Transition movement now being active in over 50 countries, it feels like a good time to pause and reflect on how that is working, what it looks like, and the many wonderful things, and the challenges, that arise from that.
In the wake of the Paris climate agreement, developing countries find themselves in need of analysts capable of monitoring their emissions.
ExxonMobil is being investigated by the Attorney’s General of New York and California with a view to criminal charges for securities fraud and racketeering over their stance on climate change
High in the mountains of Veracruz, Mexico, a small cooperative is “farming carbon” — practicing agriculture in a way that fights climate change while simultaneously meeting human needs.