Mike Ruppert (video)
A Petrocollapse Timeline (November 2009)
Energy Reality (Jim Kunstler's Blog)
Al Gore's Challenge (video of the speech is here.)
Naomi Klein on Fox News
Global warming, urban sprawl, traffic deaths, huge trade deficits, war in Iraq, huge military budgets, world ill will, and an epidemic of obesity can all be attributed to profligate use of oil. Since we are at a peak in oil production (and consumption), policy makers need to start taking a hard look at the consequences of oil dependence and come up with an energy policy that conserves. global_warming.htm
We are reaching peak oil even while demand from the rest of the world is rapidly increasing, so the US lifestyle is going to change. Michael Klare wrote this "Beyond the Age of Petroleum" for the Nation.
The real scoop on biofuels.
Steep decline in oil production brings risk of war and unrest, says new study --Output peaked in 2006 and will fall 7% a year --Decline in gas, coal and uranium also predicted 22 Oct 2007 World oil production has already peaked and will fall by half as soon as 2030, according to a report which also warns that extreme shortages of fossil fuels will lead to wars and social breakdown. The German-based Energy Watch Group will release its study in London today saying that global oil production peaked in 2006 - much earlier than most experts had expected.
The End Of Suburbia: Watch Free Documentary On-Line.
GasLand 2010 movie that showed home owners in the Marcellus shale region of Pennsylvania who had so much methane coming out of their faucets they were able to ignite a jet of flame.
For What's Left: Michael Klare
Too Much Magic, Wishful thinking, technology, and the fate of the nation: James Howard Kunstler
Rising Powers, Shrinking Planet: Michael Klare
the Rubicon: Michael Ruppert
Petroleum Triangle: Steve A. Yetiv
The Long Emergency: James Howard Kunstler
The end of Oil: Paul Roberts. http://the-end-of-oil.com/
In this new book, IPS visiting scholar Antonia Juhasz documents the virtually unparalleled global power and political influence of the U.S. oil industry and exposes the truth behind $150-a-barrel oil, $4.50-a-gallon gasoline, and the highest profits in corporate history. Following her blockbuster book Bush Agenda - Invading the World One Economy at a Time, Juhasz has produced an equally powerful expose of how Big Oil gets what it wants - through money, influence, and lies. The Tyranny of Oil, published by William Morrow (an imprint of HarperCollins), offers both a new take on problems and a new set of solutions as Juhasz puts forward an immediate call to action - a formula for reining in the industry, its governmental lobbying power, environmental destruction, and violence while reducing global dependence on oil.
A "timely, blistering critique...white-hot...Explosive fuel for the raging debate on oil prices." - Kirkus Reviews.
Plug in America was mentioned in the movie Who Killed the Electric Car.
Still filling up with gas? Ever wondered why? Now it's a film available on DVD!
This acclaimed exposé chronicles the life and mysterious death of the GM EV1. Film critics nationwide have rated this film a top pick. See electric cars, the people who love them, the companies that built them and fuel them, governments that regulate them, and the fight for our future. "Daily Show" with Jon Stewart | Director's Blog | KNX Radio Interview | PBS "NOW" episode, June 9, 2006 Watch video | official movie website | Read more
for Biological Diversity: Obama
Ignores Huge Dangers in
Approving Arctic Drilling Permit for Shell