A review of Global, National, State and Local Fracking issues.
An easy to read book with dozens of scientifically based ideas to help you fight global warming.
Here is a reivew of a new book by Walter Brasch that could be important us in NYS.
Unable to find reliable public data on Fracking health issues John listed what he'd like to see. Add yours!
June 1st Newsletter survey is interesting even if not statistically valid. Results summarized.
Natalie shares the message of Jeff Dayette who spoke at TEC-SMART recently.
John Howe, author of "The End of Fossil Fuels' provides a draft of Chapter 3 of his next book, "What's Next"
Here is an excellent book that tells "Why" and "How To" permaculture your urban lifestyle.
How we're getting Climate Change wrong - and how to fix it.
Interested in growing our local economy? Meet and discuss these two important books.
Learn how to invest in the Energy Industry. Learn what an objective sourse thinks of Peak Oil.
Ruth Ann Smalley shares her thoughts on Heinberg's talk and future discussions.
After months of anticipation, Richard did not disappoint! What did you think?
Who is Richard Heinberg? What will he talk about? When and Where?
Tuesday, March 27th Richard Heinberg will speak at UAlbany. His book is worth reading beforehand!
Thinking about building a house? Want to make it more energy efficient without spending a lot of extra money? Read this book!
A perfect book if you want to improve your home and want to investigate many possibilities
An introduction to the local Transition Movement and four key books about philosophy and practice are reviewed.
A bold plan from Amory Lovins and the Rocky Mountain Institute to eliminate the need for oil in our U.S. economy.
Community Sponsor, Ed Bishop, introduces latest Viessmann technology and explains how it takes 96% of the heat out of the combustion gasses. .
This book provides an excellent explanation of the thinking and data behind M. King Hubbert's concept of Peak Oil.
Every once and a while a book not only lives up to my expectations, but surpasses them.
Weedless Gardening is such a book.
I chose to review this book because it was my first Peak Oil book. And like many firsts you don't forget. But that is not the only reason - this is a good book.
Want more than just the familiar bromides? Want to take a broader, more holistic look at how you can save energy in you home? This may be just the book for you.