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Building a world of resilient communities

Last Build Date: Thu, 22 Mar 2018 15:07:52 +0000


New Study Gives 150 Million Reasons to Reduce Carbon Emissions

Wed, 21 Mar 2018 19:02:07 +0000


Taking serious action on climate change now could mean saving hundreds of millions of lives across the globe, according to a new study published in Nature Climate Change on Monday by researchers at Duke University.

Speeding Down a Dead End Road

Tue, 20 Mar 2018 09:19:31 +0000


Since the birth of car culture more than a century ago, lavish consumption of energy has not been a bug but a feature. That’s now a feature we can ill afford, as we attempt the difficult and urgent task of transition to renewable energies.

Peak Oil Review 19 March 2018

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 22:13:57 +0000


Oil prices closed on Friday at $66.21 in London and $66.34 in New York.  Prices are about in the middle of the trading range where they have been since mid-February.  

The Koch Brothers Vs. God

Mon, 19 Mar 2018 11:51:15 +0000


So in response to the Koch brothers’ attempt to sway their flocks, Wilson and others affiliated with black churches in Virginia have channeled their outrage into a new calling: climate advocacy. For Wilson, environmentalism has become a biblical mission.

The troubling realities of our energy transition

Sun, 18 Mar 2018 16:41:46 +0000


I recently asked a group gathered to hear me speak what percentage of the world’s energy is provided by these six renewable sources: solar, wind, geothermal, wave, tidal, and ocean energy. Then came the guesses: To my left, 25 percent; straight ahead, 30 percent; on my right, 20 percent and 15 percent; a pessimist sitting to the far right, 7 percent.

The group was astonished when I related the actual figure: 1.5 percent.

Community Fights Massive Drilling Site Planned near Public School in Low-Income Area

Fri, 16 Mar 2018 12:22:52 +0000


Residents of a city along Colorado’s Front Range are fighting the construction of a major oil and gas drilling site set to be completed next year near a public school attended mostly by low-income students of color.

Ask Eric Gimon

Thu, 15 Mar 2018 13:38:00 +0000


In this episode, energy expert Eric Gimon answers questions submitted by Energy Transition Show subscribers on a wide range of topics, including the non-climate effects of climate change; whether we even need to keep investing in climate research; what the reliable indicators of the global energy transition might be…

Fossil Fuel Subsidies Need to Go – But What about the Poorer People who Rely on Cheap Energy?

Wed, 14 Mar 2018 17:43:16 +0000


Isn’t there a contradiction between subsidising fossil fuels and meeting Paris climate targets? And, if the subsidies are removed, won’t many people suffer without cheap energy? Though recent analysis shows that the worldwide removal would not magically solve climate change, there are many reasons for reform beyond reducing emissions.

In Pittsburgh, a Community Bill of Rights helped Ban Fracking

Tue, 13 Mar 2018 16:01:45 +0000


ather than “regulate” the amount of harm that fracking would inflict on a city that had been cleaning up smog and brownfields for decades following the withdrawal of the steel industry, CELDF offered to draft a local civil rights law that would guarantee certain community rights, including the right to clean air, pure water, the rights of natural ecosystems to flourish, and the right to be free from toxic trespass (poisoning).

The World Oil Supply is Infinite: I Know That Because I Believe It

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 15:01:26 +0000


Earth scientists have been making the case for years that the present level of human activity is not sustainable.  We’re rapidly depleting resources, degrading ecosystems, altering the atmosphere, etc.  What earth scientists are saying is generally not covered by the mainstream media, or is sugar coated, because the mainstream media is an outlet for the corporate perspective on the world.

Peak Oil Review: 12 March 2018

Mon, 12 Mar 2018 11:59:11 +0000


It was a volatile week with oil prices climbing slowly on Monday and Tuesday, falling by over $2 a barrel on Wednesday and Thursday, and then rebounding to close down about 50 cents for the week on Friday.