Tom Whipple Dec 21, 2011
This would not be a biblical apocalypse or even a Mayan one, but rather an event of our own making. The world has made so many problems for itself in recent decades that the whole edifice of … >>
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.
Advance version, for publication in UNCTAD Trade and Environment Review 2011/2012 (February 2012). Abstract The current global food system is highly fuel- and … >>
An interview with Post Carbon Water Fellow Sandra Postel and WWF senior vice president of market transformation Jason Clay. [Excerpt] NEIL CONAN: And Sandra, immigration - irrigation has helped … >>
[Excerpt]: Since ripping open the prairie for modern monocultures, we're losing soil and fertility. Agricultural pioneer Wes Jackson says there's another way. The Grass was the Country as the … >>
[Excerpt]: After years of studying and then teaching permaculture and natural building, Rob Hopkins helped to establish the Transition movement, which has been called "the biggest urban … >>