Post Carbon Newsletter - David vs. Goliath: PCI takes on ExxonMobil

    Exxon doesn't speak for me       contents

   1. latest publications
   2. the end of growth
   3. the post carbon reader
   4. fellows in the press
   5. energy bulletin picks
   6. transition us update
   7. events
As oil prices continue to climb, the American public and elected officials are debating the source of the problem. While President Obama wisely seized on the moment to call for repealing oil company subsidies, the larger debate about our energy crunch continues to be mired in incomplete causes (speculation) and false solutions (natural gas). Meanwhile, another debate has rocked the small campus of Worcester Polytechnic Institute--pitting PCI's own Richard Heinberg against the CEO of ExxonMobil. Asher Miller explains the story...

latest publications

the end of growth

the post carbon reader

fellows and advisers in the press

energy bulletin highlights

transition US update

A monthly update from the US regional hub of the international Transition movement.

Map The 350 Home & Garden Challenge on May 14 & 15, 2011, is only two weeks away! From coast to coast, in urban and rural communities, in backyards and on abandoned lots, school yards and window sills -- individuals, and even whole communities, are signing up to pick up their shovels and plant food, green homes, save water and build community. We're seeing the momentum build as more and more actions are being added to the map each day. We've passed the 350 mark on our way to our bold audacious goal of 2000 actions - browse the map of actions across the country and add your action.

This month we also welcome two new official Transition Initiatives in Massachussetts Greening Greenfield Energy Committee & Somerville Climate Action. Read the April Roundup of What's Happening in the World of Transition for more and find an initiative near you.
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