Ireland may have built ghost estates but China has built ghost cities and has 64 million empty apartments.
Janez Potočnik says EU farming subsidies must drive greener practices for policy to remain legitimate
By Will Nichols 16 Mar 2011 Click here for full article.
Reforming the EU’s controversial Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will only prove successful if…
by Brian Davey. In recent months there have been a lot of very rosy news items about so called "unconventional gas" as a "game changing" new feature of world energy markets. It's bonanza time...
Maybe....however, before going further, its useful to think about what happens in a gold rush. Very few of those out prospecting get rich. But people who sell wagons, equipment and the banks do.
The problem is that when it comes to any news from the hydrocarbons market one should never take things at face value...
A panel discussion organised by UCC Economics Society, in association with UCC Environmental Society, UCC Greens and Transition City Cork.
David Korowicz spoke at the Cork launch of Feasta's Fleeing Vesuvius. Described as a "goldmine" by Richard Heinberg, in his foreword to the just-published North American edition, Fleeing Vesuvius is Feasta's most important work to date.
Conference at University College Cork which includes a seminar with Richard Douthwaite of Feasta