>Corporate Rights and Wrongs

>by Blaine TownsendTrillium Asset Management (November 2003)A century of corporate transgressions can be traced to two words: limited liability. These words define the legal canon which retards accountability of corporations in our system. There is no such restriction, however, on the constitutional protections corporations also enjoy. Until this basic imbalance is redressed, the world's ecology, … Continue reading >Corporate Rights and Wrongs

>A Community Solution for Peak Oil

>An interview with Megan Quinn by Aric McBayinthewake.org (April 08 2005)Megan Quinn is the Outreach Director of Community Service, Inc. Community Service is a non-profit organization founded in 1940 that has advocated for small, local communities as the most fulfilling, healthy way to live. It's lastest program, The Community Solution , seeks to bring about … Continue reading >A Community Solution for Peak Oil

>A Different Kind of Revolution

>Wind power is a technological fix for a political problem.by George MonbiotPublished in the Guardian (April 26 2005)The people fighting the new wind farm in Cumbria have cheated and exaggerated. They appear to possess little understanding of the dangers of global warming. They are supported by an unsavoury coalition of nuclear power lobbyists and climate … Continue reading >A Different Kind of Revolution

>Four Big Lies About Social Security

>Bush Administration is once again selling us a pig in a poke,promising it'll make baconby Farnum Brown Trillium Asset Management (March 2005)In signature style, the Bush Administration is once again selling us a pig in a poke, promising it'll make bacon. As with Iraq, the Administration's proposals for "reforming" Social Security are a tissue of … Continue reading >Four Big Lies About Social Security

>Paul Ehrlich interviewed

>by Julian DarleyGlobal Public MediaPublic Service Broadcasting for a Post Carbon World (July 30 2005)Paul Ehrlich, co-author of One with Nineveh: Politics, Consumption, and the Human Future (Island Press, 2004), biologist and Stanford Professor of Population Studies speaks with Julian Darley.Julian Darley: What is the short, compact history of population studies, if you can squeeze … Continue reading >Paul Ehrlich interviewed

>The Value of the Remaining Wilderness

>by Dale Allen PfeifferFrom The Wilderness (April 08 2005)Congress is about to open Artic Natural Wildlife Reserve to oil drilling. Conservative pro-drilling groups have established propaganda sites on the web (ANWR.com, ANWR.org, et cetera) touting drilling as humane and responsible, and claiming that the resources of the Artic Natural Wildlife Reserve will feed our energy … Continue reading >The Value of the Remaining Wilderness

>The end of oil is closer than you think

>Oil production could peak next yearJust kiss your lifestyle goodbyeby John VidalThe Guardian (April 21 2005)The one thing that international bankers don't want to hear is that the second Great Depression may be round the corner. But last week, a group of ultra-conservative Swiss financiers asked a retired English petroleum geologist living in Ireland to … Continue reading >The end of oil is closer than you think