I?ve collected a list of reasons why the trend towards globality will reverse shortly, and the importance of regionality will increase 1) Fuel costs and… Read More »Why the region we live in will become more and more the region we depend on. Globality in reversal.
I have heard people asking to be shown the way forward towards sustainability, not forced to by instability resulting from oil reserve depletion, but by… Read More »People keep asking: what is the way forward
Simmons and Company International is an independant investment bank working throughout the whole spectrum of the energy industry. Mathew R Simmons recently presented his outlook… Read More »Peak oil: advice to investors by Mathew R Simmons
The Swedish Government, alarmed by deteriorating health of the population, called on The Swedish National Food Administration and the Swedish National Institute of Public Health… Read More »Swedes’ deteriorating health prompts 79 point proposal
One interesting thing to note about civilizations is that they have a nasty habit of collapsing. Many of them have come to their ends for… Read More »Time for Homework: what causes civilizations to collapse?
Late last year, Dale Allen Pfeiffer started looking into how natural gas shortages would affect fertilizer production costs. The article “EATING OIL” unravels the myriad… Read More »How much fossil fuel do you eat? For how much longer?
In his excellent analysis of the probable effects of coming oil shortages, Matt Savinar puts his finger on something that goes counter to what a… Read More »Improving efficiency runs counter to sustainabilty: the Jevons Paradox