William Rees Feb 02, 2012
By Justin Richie, The Tyee Last December, after more than 40 years teaching at the School of Community and Regional Planning (SCARP) at the University of British Columbia, Bill Rees gave his … >>
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It sounds yucky at best, but mining sewage is growing in popularity, especially in Sydney, Australia, where a decade of drought forced some creative thinking about how to get, use and manage … >>
Natural gas prices have declined to below $3.00/mcf, levels not seen for years, yet the EIA posted the highest gas production ever in October, 2011. U.S. gas production is growing despite annual … >>
By Chris Stratton, The Center for a New American Dream If you’re worried about the recession and looking for reassurance that the world’s economies will soon be back on track and … >>