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After the Peak
Nearly 17 years ago the modern peak oil movement began with the publication of “ The End of Cheap Oil ” by petroleum geologists Colin Campbell and Jean Laherrère in the March, 1998 issue of Scientific American. Campbell coined the term “peak oil” to describe the inevitable moment when the world...
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'Game-Changing March for Climate' as Californians Rise Up Against Fracking
Thousands kick off protest to demand Governor Jerry Brown halt toxic drilling in state
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Who Should Clean Up Big Ag's Mess?
A “Cow Palace” in Washington State threatens public health with its acres of untreated animal waste. A city in Iowa spends nearly $1 million a year to keep illness-causing nitrates, generated by farm runoff, out of public drinking water. And who can forget the plight of Toledo, Ohio, residents...
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Global Capitalism's Terrifying New Math
McKinsey, one of the world’s preeminent business consultants, released a sobering new report this week detailing that, worldwide, total debt has risen by 40.1 percent — or $57 trillion — since the financial crisis of 2008. “Debt,” here, can mean many things: debt to other countries and...
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'Fighting for the Places We Love': A Vision for the Climate Battles to Come
Ahead of upcoming Global Divestment Day , a conversation between author Naomi Klein and 350.org executive director May Boeve
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Blockade Delivers Climate Message to Calif. Gov. Brown: Stop Fracking
Demonstrators have erected 16-foot fracking rig, and remain 'jubilant and defiant' while awaiting arrest
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Monsanto Crops Pushing Monarch Butterfly to 'Verge of Extinction'
'The alarming decline of monarchs is driven in large part' by Roundup Ready crops, Center for Food Safety finds
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Anti-Fracking and No Nukes Activists Join Forces Demanding Renewable Energy Revolution
Our Earth is being destroyed by fracking and nukes.
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'Historic' Vote As Wales Joins Scotland in Saying No to Fracking
'This is a clear statement that we want a frack-free Wales,' says Welsh official.
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Alaska Bolstered Its Economy and Curbed Inequality—By Paying Everyone Thousands in Oil Dividends Every Year
After 30 years, the practice of paying every resident—including children—at least $1,000 has made Alaska one of the least unequal states in America. Here's what the rest of us can learn.
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