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Links 1 through 10 of 18 by Urban Wild tagged oil

The best way to feel hopeful about our looming energy crisis is to get active now and prepare for living arrangements in a post-oil society.

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"....Tim Ball, a long-retired professor from the University of Winnipeg and a well-known climate-change denier who has not published a peer-reviewed scientific publication on climatology in more than a decade." Read more: http://tinyurl.com/ynmdwd

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This website is a WIKI for use by all towns that are participating in the transition to a more localised post-peak future.

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The theory goes like this: Every dollar you spend at the gas pump eventually ends up in a oil producing country that funds or sponors groups like al Qaeda, the Iraqi insurgency, Hamas, Hezbollah etc. Few choices in Canada. I ride a bike. In car co-op too

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A very revealing chart of what is happening here - now. As the cost of goods and services will go up as the price of fuel increases. As people spend more money on putting gas in their cars, they will spend less on eating out, shopping, entertainment which

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A compelling thesis on the collapse of the Bronze Age. The authors of this blog expect and demand the complete collapse of civilization as it is unsustainable. Tribalism triumphs. Views expressed do not necessarily reflect my own

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Uh oh. I couldn't figure out why Matt Simmons, advisor to President Bush, was saying all these things about Peak Oil and the US Gov't wasn't doing anything about it. Maybe this is why. Views expressed do not necessarily reflect my own

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Is there a "Plan B" to ease a transition to sustainable living in a world without plentiful energy and petroleum's materials? "It is up to us to find solutions that involve everyone in a spirit of solidarity," said Lundberg.

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Very good speech/essay from Jan Lundberg at Manhattan peak oil conference

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Looking at the consequences of P.O. because "modern industrial agribusiness is impossible without a massive amount of petroleum products. " Encourages food self-sufficiency & references many of the blogs I link to and includes mine.:-)

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