What Puerto Rico faces they’ll face again. And so will we. That’s why we shouldn’t rebuild Puerto Rico. At least not the same way. It’s time to work with, not against, collapse.
Trying to advance energy literacy has been a losing gambit for me. Trying to work my life around energy decline has been a study in absurdity. Can I reconcile the two?
In a time when earth has been subject to the triumph of scientism and capitalism, Pope Francis’s climate encyclical is a liberating game-changer.
Are high-tech industrial vertical gardening visions viable? What is the energy equation and how does it square with lower tech (and less costly) options for transition to a more sustainable world?
Something’s been troubling me ever since I listened to President Obama’s first post-reëlection press conference. Perhaps as a result of Hurricane Sandy, the now two-term president was finally asked a question about global warming, a topic conveniently avoided by both sides throughout the seemingly interminable campaign. The question came from New York Times White House correspondent […]
In a world increasingly hampered by economic decline, which is itself hampered by energy decline, there are few things more patriotic than simply using less energy to do what you need and want to do. From turning off lights in daylight hours to eating more foods in their natural state to walking more and driving […]