Bush administration and dissent
March 24, 2008, No Comments

This piece published in December 2003 was forwarded to us recently with the comment: This is one of the most chilling ar ...

Predatory states & democratic recession
March 24, 2008, No Comments

The Democratic Rollback Larry Diamond, Senior Fellow at the Hoover Institution Foreign Affairs, March/April 2008 Summary ...

US firm claims Arctic oil resources
March 21, 2008, No Comments

U.S. firm lays claim to ‘potentially vast’ Arctic oil resources Randy Boswell, The Ottawa Citizen Friday, Ma ...

EU paper warns of climate chaos
March 20, 2008, No Comments

Rising temperatures will damage even strong economies and pose a global threat to security, top officials say. Extreme c ...

Spring 2008 in the U.K.
March 20, 2008, No Comments

   How the blurring of the seasons is a harbinger of climate calamity By Michael McCarthy, Environment Editor Thursday ...

Wednesday Night #1359
March 19, 2008, 1 Comment

We had promised that Beryl would be with us last week to talk about the new publication, The MetropolitaIn, that he will ...

Carbonating India by Cleo Paskal
March 18, 2008, No Comments

There is now widespread scientific consensus that human-produced carbon emissions are contributing to global climate cha ...

Chinese biofuel 'could endanger biodiversity'
March 18, 2008, No Comments

Jatropha curcus Flickr/jurvetson [BEIJING] Using China’s forests and ‘idle land’ to produce biofuels c ...

Why carbon capture is an illusion
March 18, 2008, 1 Comment

BRUCE COX, Executive Director of Greenpeace Canada Globe and Mail March 18, 2008 On March 10, Environment Minister John ...

La Niña and Climate Chaos
March 13, 2008, No Comments

Flooding in eastern Bolivia.Credit:Franz Chávez/IPS (IPS) SANTIAGO, Mar 13 (Tierramérica) – It is still difficul ...