Posted 23 March 2007 inPublished 22 February 2007 by MSNBC
The 25 million Americans who rely on the Colorado River for water should expect continued — and even worsening — drought spells and water shortages as rising temperatures and growing populations create a double whammy, experts warned in a new report.
Posted 22 March 2007 inPublished 22 March 2007 by The Oregonian
Concerns about the effects of climate change resonate among many.
Posted 19 March 2007 inPublished by The Newark Advocate (OH)
The sportsmens' column of a small town paper takes a brief look at how global warming may affect local wildlife.
Posted 16 March 2007 inPublished 26 August 2005 by Global Public Media
Mayor Larry Robinson discusses how his rural Northern California town started preparing for peak oil with small alternative energy projects and a community-oriented response strategy.
Posted 16 March 2007 inPublished 9 March 2007 by Forbes
The USDA reduced its estimates of American meat production on Friday while raising its projected prices, reflecting in part the upward pressure on corn prices as the grain is increasingly used to produce ethanol.
Posted 9 March 2007 inPublished 11 March 2007 by Post Carbon Institute
Public comment of Daniel Lerch, Post Carbon Institute, at the 9 March 2007 Portland (Oregon) City Council hearing to accept the final report of the Portland Peak Oil Task Force.
Posted 5 March 2007 inPublished 31 December 2004 by Global Public Media
In this December 2003 interview, scholar William Rees, originator of the "ecological footprint" concept, discusses energy, peak oil and human ecology.
Posted 2 March 2007 inPublished 20 February 2007 by The Tyee (BC)
Rural local governments --even in oil-rich British Columbia-- are investing in projects to produce their own energy.