08 Sep 2004 View all related to Climate Change
Climate change, if unchecked, will swamp every other issue facing the global community today. Gelbspan argues that not only the fossil fuel industry and politicians but also the news media and environmental activists have, wittingly or otherwise, worsened the global climate crisis.
06 Nov 2004
| View all related to Climate ChangeView all related to George Lakoff
In order to promote sustainable, ecologically sound policies,
Lakoff suggests we need more than the facts on our side -- we must work proactively
to re-frame the debate
28 Jul 2004 View all related to Climate Change | Energy | RelocalizationView all related to Richard Heinberg
We have only a dwindling amount of time to build lifeboats—that is, the needed alternative infrastructure. It has been clear for at least 30 years what characteristics this should have—organic, small-scale, local, convivial, cooperative, slower paced, human-oriented rather than machine-oriented, agrarian, diverse, democratic, culturally rich, and ecologically sustainable. We have known for a long time that the status quo—a society that is machine-oriented, competitive, inequitable, fast-paced, globalized, monocultural, corporate-dominated—is deadening to the human spirit and ecologically unsustainable
31 Aug 2004
| View all related to Climate Change | Corporatism | OilView all related to Michael Ruppert
Ruppert describes war games that were conducted on the same day as the WTC attacks with the same scenario, leading the FAA and NORAD to question whether what they saw on their screens was a game or reality.
10 Mar 2003 View all related to Climate Change
People of America this talk of mine is for you and concerns the ideal way to prevent another Manhattan, and deals with the war and its causes and results... I say to you that security is an indispensable pillar of human life and that free men do not forfeit their security, contrary to Bush's claim that we hate freedom.
10 Aug 2004 View all related to Climate Change | Oil
Webcast of the October 27, 2004 launch of Linda McQuaig's new book IT'S THE CRUDE, DUDE: WAR. BIG OIL, AND THE FIGHT FOR THE PLANET
30 Aug 2005
| View all related to Climate Change | OilView all related to Sonia Shah
In Crude, author and independent journalist Sonia Shah presents the first concise history of this, the world's most coveted and contentious mineral. But this portrait of the fuel that defined an age is shot through with a history of destruction and conflict as myriad as oil's use.