In the high-stakes game of Fracking, NYS is being played with little opportunity to benefit for the risks involved.
Recently sent to his friends and family. This is the best review and summary I've seen. Thanks John!
George introduces Fracking and outlines some of the issues that are dividing our communities.
UAlbany’s MBA program includes an innovative real-life GREEN consulting project.
Big utilities versus micro grid. Carter shares his perspective - "...we need to imagine better!"
Randy Simon wades through recent events and provides his balanced, scientific, and practical interpretation of our situation.
Last night Randers talked of Climate Change and the next 40 years. What do you think?
George Possion's presentation was excellent and is available to area groups. Here is a great summary.
John Howe, author of "The End of Fossil Fuel," shares a chapter from his upcoming book subtitled, "What Next?"
George Possin, PhD, Physicist will present the science related to the oil & gas crisis and future alternatives.
John has improved his home, now he is working on the rest of the world!
Many informed and intelligent people are not too concerned about Peak Oil and Global Warming.
Don considers the hazards of global connections and the virtue of local community.
Who are we? Why isn't as much happening as we'd like. What should we do?
We have become dependent on others, in ways our ancestors were not. Perhaps we can become less so?
Update: Oil shale and tar sands are two sources that may extend the last chapter of the oil age.
John Howe, author of "The End of Fossil Fuel" provides this thought provoking essay on winter life.
In case you didn't notice, the EIA postponed Peak Oil by changing the definition of "oil" in 2005! Too bad we can't change reality so easily...
John Howe, author of "The End of Fossil Energy" provides an update of his view of The Problem and a “Call to Action.”
Tired of reading? Here is a video lecture that helps explain why we need to be concerned about energy now!
We pay much more than dollars for our power-station, grid-distributed electricity. The other two costs may dismay and shock you.
Knowing why the crash is coming, and that there’s nothing we as individuals can do to avoid it, could motivate us to start doing what we can to protect ourselves.
It’s not really Peak Oil that matters, it’s Peak Net Oil per Person, and that looks even worse!
Our lifestyle is based on a growth economy, and those days are gone forever.
A great place to start. This blog is the beginning of both our "The Problem" blog category and our Sustainability 101 course.