Roger Cox, author of the book Revolution Justified
and participatant in the Feasta climate group meeting last summer, has given a TED talk
on the use of legal action against climate change. As he puts it, "the decline of conventional oil production over the last years has already literally made us crack our stones and cook our soil so we can squeeze some drops of unconventional oil from it".
Learn how we can live more sustainably, grow food intensively and strengthen the resilience of our communities using Permaculture Design. A one day introductory workshop hosted by Davie Philip of Cultivate and Bruce Darrell of Feasta, both based at Cloughjordan Ecovillage.
Two talks in Bratislava and a day-long seminar in Brno by David Korowicz.
The casino metaphor has been widely used as a part-description of the phenomenon of over-financialisation. It's a handy pejorative tag but can it give us any real insights? This article by @GrahamJBarnes pursues the metaphor to extremes so that we can file & forget / get back to the football or possibly graduate to next level thinking.
On the Our Finite World blog there’s a good overview by Gail Tverberg of the reasons why mainstream forecasts of fossil fuel depletion are inaccurate.
It is with deep regret that we learn that Margrit Kennedy passed away on December 28th 2013. Margrit was a leading light in developing alternative approaches to money and currencies and an outspoken critic of the current global economic system.