Monthly Archives: August 2010

Major reports point to oil supply turmoil and price volatility by Matthew Wild

The Oil Crunch: The world will experience peak oil at 91-92 million barrels per day “by end 2010/early 2011. Global capacity will then remain in the 91-92Mb/d range until 2015 from which time depletion will more than offset capacity growth. … Continue reading

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The “other” carbon problem — ocean acidification by Dave Cohen

Humankind’s assault on the oceans continues apace. A short time ago, we considered the loss of 40% of the phytoplankton in the oceans since 1950. In my post How We Wrecked The Oceans, marine ecologist Jeremy Jackson explains why he … Continue reading

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It’s ALIVE! Living homes aka Arborsculpture.

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when truth is unbelievable

But seven years after I began a crusade to educate and mobilize my fellow citizens, I find the environmental movement seems largely ineffective, the culture more distracted and people more ambivalent than ever. Climate change is seen as a hoax … Continue reading

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Convince us

There is no more compelling testimony that peak oil is a critical issue than the time and treasure one is willing to put into preparing oneself for a post-peak oil world.

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