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Beekeeping relieves land degradation in Kyrgyzstan
The population paradox
In addressing resource scarcity and climate change, it is meaningless to talk of limiting population without scaling back consumption.
Our World 2.0 — 2009 in review
Our World 2.0 looks back and says: while 2009 was a year of global talk in many instances, the growth of grassroots action bodes well for 2010.
Energy descent from peak oil: Collapse or evolution?
Is the tendency to categorise environmentalists and believers in peak oil as 'doom and gloomers' justified?
Oil reserve estimates inflated?
According to a whistleblower at the International Energy Agency, the world is much closer to running out of oil than official estimates indicate.
New operating system for post-peak oil age
We need to re-orient international institutions and design a new Operating System (i.e. energy policy) for the post-peak oil age.
The world’s next breath
Central to the Transition Movement is the belief that communities can be a catalyst for the societal redesign required to respond to climate change and the coming end of cheap oil.
Japan, waking up to peak oil?
Japan’s economy is vulnerable to peak oil due to its high dependence on fossil fuels. But is the government moving fast enough?
Blind Spot is a film that shows how we've been conditioned to consume by an oil-based economic system, while ignoring the imminent implications.
Falling oil prices: Temporary lull or back to normal?
After several months of worrisome price jumps, oil prices are falling. The overall trend however, is a year on year increase. What does the future hold?
Peak Oil: What does it mean to you?
Does $140 per barrel oil mean the Peak has arrived? The experts disagree on the cause but agree that the era of easy oil is over.
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