Never Mind Peak Oil, Peak Phosphorous May Be the Bigger Concern

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Never Mind Peak Oil, Peak Phosphorous May Be the Bigger Concern, What is Peak Phosphorous all about? Biofuels eco-innovation sustainability biofuels phosphorous problem peak phosphorous phosphorous depletion phosphorous recoveryWell, here is the story.

First Peak Oil, Then Peak Water?

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy First Peak Oil, Then Peak Water? Peak Oil may be making most of the headlines, but Peak Fresh Water could be a bigger long-term concern. by greenwise on April 4, 2011 A lot of experienced people are predicting water shortages.

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Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy First Peak Oil, Then Peak Water? Peak Oil may be making most of the headlines, but Peak Fresh Water could be a bigger long-term concern. by greenwise on April 4, 2011 A lot of experienced people are predicting water shortages.

Peak Oil solutions

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PERMACULTURE & PEAK OIL: Beyond 'Sustainability' David Holmgren is co-originator (with Bill Mollison) of the permaculture concept and author of the recent book, PERMACULTURE: Principles and Pathways Beyond Sustainability.

Peak energy, climate change, and the collapse of global civilization - The current peak oil crisis

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You can only use oil once. Soon all the oil is going to be burned and all the metals mined and scattered.” – M. Peak oil is happening now. The era of cheap and abundant oil is over. The peaking of oil will never be accurately predicted until after the fact.

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Community Solutions for Peak Oil and Post Carbon

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Click on any question for the answer: Q: What is Peak Oil? Q: Why should I be concerned about Peak Oil? Q: Does the arrival of Peak Oil mean we are running out of oil? Q: When will Peak Oil occur? Q: What will happen as Peak Oil occurs?

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Biofuel production may increase world hunger, claims study

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By Michael Smith (Veshengro) UK, April 2011: A recent study found that biofuel production diverts crops and crop land from food production and increases food prices for impoverished people in developing countries even though biofuels may not solely to blame for rising food prices.

Green Living Tips That Will Save You Money Immediately

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How To Go Green At Home: Create A Greener Living Room | Living.

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Tagged as: create a green living room , energy vampires , Green living , how to go green Leave a Comment Previous post: First Peak Oil, Then Peak Water? Home About Us Contact Us Products Green Tips EBooks Going Green: Questions and Answers Subscribe Living Green and Saving Energy How To Go Green At Home: Create A Greener Living Room by greenwise on April 6, 2011 How can you green up the living room or family room?

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Emefcy Funded to Make Bugs Produce Energy

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Energy Technology Ventures is not a purely clean tech fund, because it does invest in nuclear, oil, coal and natural gas as well. With Peak Oil looming, smart energy companies are looking for more energy, of every kind.

You own a car, not the road

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Sooner or later the use of the motorcar may be a thing of the past and that simply for the very fact that gasoline is going to get dearer due to the raw material, namely oil, getting more expensive because it is becoming rarer and more difficult to bring up to the surface and to produce. by Michael Smith (Veshengro) “You own a car and not the road” is something the great majority of motorists need to remember.

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Renewable Energy Business Leaders to Convene at European Future Energy Forum

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Confirmed speaker Jeremy Leggett, Chairman, Solarcentury says: “Energy-security drivers from renewables deployment are stronger than ever before in 2010: with peak oil looming according to the UK's Industry Taskforce on Peak Oil and Energy Security, and with the lights threatening to go out not far in the future according to the UK's gas and electricity regulator Ofgem, the UK is the perfect place to hold a global renewables conference.

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Our transport future need not be car-shaped

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brings together Sustrans' thinking on traveling in ways that are good for health and the environment to give a pocket-sized briefing on issues ranging from climate change to biofuels to peak oil. Our transport future need not be car-shaped, says Sustrans by Michael Smith (Veshengro) With one in five people interested in buying an electric car, sustainable transport charity Sustrans' new book "Do Humans Dream of Electric Cars?"

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Towards a Sustainable Energy Future

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Obviously, these non-renewable energy sources will run out someday, and according to some estimate, that day will not be so far from now for oil. The time of cheap oil will end soon [3]. In searching for more energy resources, people even have fought each other in oil wars.

The Next Decade's Top Sustainability Trends

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The Rise of Cellulosic Biofuels Time Period 2014-2019 Creating conventional biofuels from corn, soybeans and palm oil as an alternative to petroleum-based gasoline hit numerous roadblocks in the past decade. Carbon-sequestering rainforests in Indonesia continue to be burned down for palm oil plantations; this unforeseen consequence of biofuel demand caused the European Union to back off on large orders of palm oil.

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Urban Biodiversity Strategies

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Lurking just below the surface of the global economic crisis is a whole series of resource crises, including energy (peak oil), water, food security, shifting weather patterns and more.

The Local Food and Farming Revolution

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In the last couple of years, we’ve seen runaway inflation of food prices, growing inequities in the availability of food staples, food riots in at least 30 nations, and scientists calling for a moratorium on biofuel production. All the cheap oil has already been burned.

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A review of the UK’s first Green Film Festival

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The decline and loss of the wetlands around the city in pursuit of shipping channels (to support the oil industry, notably the so called MR GO ) as well as climate change, also played its role. this creates a big dilemma, can we feed the planet in a post peak oil world?

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Goal of Bhutan, 'Gross National Happiness'

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The current efficiency of biofuel is 1.34 However, oil easily achieves 100 times that. The peak oil theory has actively been discussed around the world. We have already used half of the world's oil reserves, and the cost is expected to soar in the near future.

Ecocities of Tomorrow: An Interview with Richard Register

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Maybe saying climate change and Peak Oil are coming to get their children will finally get to them, but I don’t have that much confidence in that either. Both parties voted not to help wind and solar energy and to give major further support to oil, coal and nukes. uzz up!

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Making a green revolution

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Thomas Friedman “Big Oil and King Coal may have armies of lobbyists, lawyers, foreign diplomats and even military advisors, but Americans know that we can do better for ourselves, our country, and our fellow humans. Friedman’s “Hot, Flat and Crowded—Why We Need a Green Revolution and How it Can Renew America,” Michael Brune’s “Coming Clean—Breaking America’s Addiction to Oil and Coal,” and Van Jones’ “The Green Collar Economy—How One Solution Can Fix Our Two Biggest Problems.”

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The concept of “Living Well” - a Bolivian viewpoint

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Development depends on an ever-increasing use of energy, primarily oil. We have been led to believe that development is the salvation of mankind and that it will help us to live better, but without oil there is no development. And for us, with or without oil, sustainable and unsustainable development means anti-development, which is the cause of major disparities in nature and between people. We should live in a simple way for others to be able to live as well.

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Can electric vehicles overtake competing green car technologies?

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EVs, as they’re known, are fast overtaking competing green car technologies such as hydrogen and biofuel, and are attracting the backing of Gordon Brown, the Liberal Democrats, the Centre for Alternative Technology and Greenpeace. We need to talk about oil One of the criticisms levelled at EVs is that they simply relocate carbon emissions from exhaust pipes to coal power stations. Unlike oil, lithium can be recycled and reused in new batteries.

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