<p>ISRAEL: A controversial shale project and energy security<br />
February 6, 2011<br />
<p>The suspension of Egyptian gas supply to Israel has lighted a fire under the feet of Israeli officials, businessmen and shareholders trying to assess how events in Egypt will affect Israel's energy economy.</p>
<p>Fossil fuels will dominate</p>
<p>Energy: Demand for renewables will be slow, says Saudi oil baron</p>
<p>Lynn Moore<br />
The Province<br />
September 14, 2010</p>
<p>Fossil fuels will continue to rule the global energy mix for the next 30<br />
to 40 years, the president and CEO of Saudi Aramco told the World Energy<br />
Congress during Monday's keynote address.</p>
<p>Confidence provides strengths for a society, but only when coupled with clear vision. Unfortunately modern America too-often too often sees the future only in terms of doomsters’ pessimism and advocates’ optimism. Here we have a case study of the latter. Coal-to-liquids will not be cheap oil. It’s one part of the solution for the next several generations.
The Mohawk Councils of Kahnawà:ke, Tyendinaga and Akwesasne have issued a jointed statement rejecting the planned shipment of nuclear waste through the Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway system.
Syndicated from Slashdot
on Sun, 2011-02-13
Giorgio Maone writes "Italian Police just seized the Savona e Ponente Blog because the 60-year-old journalist Valeria Rossi posted a satirical article titled 'I want to kill Berlusconi,' writing that 'you can't feel guilty of wishing him death, because he's not human: he's an alien, with incredible psychic powers.' Otherwise, how could such a clown, with multiple pending trials for corruption, tax
<p>- How Cyber-Pragmatism Brought Down Mubarak<br>- Another Step Toward Mainstreaming Nonviolence<br>- How to Build a Progressive Tea Party <br>- Wendell Berry Joins Retired Coal Miners and Residents in Kentucky Capitol Sit-in</p>
<p><a href="http://www.energybulletin.net/stories/2011-02-13/making-change-feb-13">read more</a></p>
<p>- Special National Geographic Series: 7 Billion<br>- A world too full of people - let's invest in family planning <br>- Biology’s Bomb: Graphing ‘Explosive’ Population Growth in Cold War Textbooks</p>
<p><a href="http://www.energybulletin.net/stories/2011-02-13/population-feb-13">read more</a></p>
<p><span class="inline inline-left"><img src="http://www.energybulletin.net/sites/default/files/images/Bundesarchiv_Bild_183-23912-0005,_Apothekerin_beim_Nachtdienst_2.thumbnail.jpg" alt="" title="" class="image image-thumbnail" width="75" height="100" /></span> Articles from last month that we thought were significant.</p>
While the crisis deepens and the precariousness spreads, the old PM and his court are busy relaunching their own personal vision of wome...
The Anarchist Federation of Rio de Janeiro (FARJ) is a specific anarchist organization in
the city of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Founded on August 30, 2003, the FARJ identifies its
origins in the work of militants as Ideal Peres (1925-1995), his father Juan Perez Bouzas
(or João Peres) (1899-1958), José Oiticica (1882-1957) among others.
Public Sector Strike 2010 ---- South African unions, centred on the 2 million-strong
Congress of South African Trade Unions (COSATU), have consistently articulated a policy
vision that breaks with crude neo-liberalism. This is remarkable – but is it enough? Just
how viable and desirable is this vision, particularly as the neo-liberal era lurches into
a serious slump?
Porcupine Community, Pine Ridge Reservation, SD – The crisis of elder abuse on the Lakota Pine Ridge Reservation has hit a shocking new lo...
Ahmad Jaradat of Alternative Information Center on Palestine solidarity at WSF in Dakar
Audio reports from the World Social Forum produced for broadcast on campus/community radio globally.