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The men in suits tackle our future

It seems the Australian government believes the UN climate process isn’t so important these days. [27 November 2012 | Peter Boyer] The Persian Gulf is getting into its cooler phase at this time of year, in the mid- to high-20s, … Continue reading

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At last peak oil goes mainstream. Now what?

The world’s oil establishment has at last acknowledged the reality of peak oil. Now we have to work out what to do about it, and it won’t be easy. [24 May 2011 | Peter Boyer] How are we travelling? Well, … Continue reading

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