Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cities and Suburbs in the Energy Descent: Thinking in Scenarios

By Karl North | Archived October 8, 2012 October 10 2012 Original article available here, republished courtesy of Karl North This article was originally reviewed, edited and published by Tompkins County Relocalization, a group in upstate New York that is … Continue reading

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Fracking for oil is negotiable, having water to drink is not.

8 October 2012 Norman Pagett writes: When our hunter forebears slaughtered an animal for food, they were absorbing energy from its metabolic system into their own. The energy from the dead animal powered a human hunter and his family or … Continue reading

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The last place left to look for oil

8 October 2012 Norman Pagett writes: Any species that feeds and breeds unchecked on a sphere must by definition run out of space when it reaches its polar extremities. When the Russians planted their flag on the undersea point of … Continue reading

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Spain – in the eye of the storm

4 October 2012 Article reposted courtesy of Dr Tim Morgan, Tullet Prebon original article available here Sometimes, markets’ surprise can be surprising in itself, and this is certainly the case where events in Spain are concerned. There has long been … Continue reading

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‘Unbridled’ Rush for Land Grabs Leaving a Billion Hungry

4 October 2012 Article reposted courtesy of Common dreams original article available here “Out of control” land grabs by foreign corporations in the last decade have taken over an area big enough to grow food for a billion people, according … Continue reading

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