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New paragraph sums up my “Peakniks, Doomers and Collapse” page, and I also edited the layout a little. As a species we go the easy route first, and fossil fuels have been incredibly easy. There may be many technical solutions … Continue reading
Yep, this time it is Worldwatch going doomer on us. The whole “nested ecologies” super-ecosystem is threatened, peak oil and global warming are going to change the ERoEI of our entire civilisation, and another theory for the fall of Rome, … Continue reading
Free Turramurra Biodiversity loss seminar and rally IS BIODIVERSITY LOSS MORE URGENT THAN CLIMATE CHANGE?Politicians, bureaucrats and corporate decision makers need to listen ……. or humans face a bleak future. The irreversibility of biodiversity depletion and extinction is the most … Continue reading
Great post at Worldchanging and some very interesting comments by regular Energy Bulletin contributors.
In Fertile India, Growth Outstrips Agriculture India’s supply of arable land is second only to that of the U.S., but it must buy some foods on international markets, exacerbating a global food crisis. more