Michael Bomford Apr 05, 2010
In Europe and North America, eating fresh perishable produce out of season usually means hauling it in refrigerated containers from regions where it’s in season, or growing it locally in … >>
Catch up on the latest expert post-carbon thinking with these articles by our Fellows and Advisors, published by Post Carbon Institute and other institutions.
As anyone who’s ever worked for political and social change can tell you, rocket science looks simple in comparison. The laws of physics are pretty well known, and the behavior of rockets is generally predictable (except when it isn’t). By comparison, the laws of politics are much more complex and changeable. And the laws of human behavior? Well, there really aren’t any (except maybe Murphy’s), and if there were, they’d likely have more exceptions than rules. ... >>
[Excerpt] When Michael Wood-Lewis and his wife, Valerie, moved from Washington, D.C., to the south end of Burlington, Vermont, in 1998, "we'd landed in what we thought was our dream … >>
The following is the prepared text for a talk I gave in the city hall of Eugene Oregon the evening of Feb. 17, 2010. It was organized by two Lane County commissioners and the city mayor and is … >>