- Physicians, the Global Environment and the Precautionary Principle
- Communicating Sustainability: Lessons from public health
- “The Marks of Death” – Aldo Leopold
- Public Health, Thermodynamics and the Cat Food Commission
- Guest Post: Survive
- A Blast from the Past – Health Facilities and the Energy Crisis: A Conversation with M. King Hubbert circa 1978
- Ezequiel on Neoliberalism, Degrowth and the Fate of Health Systems
- permintic on Physicians, the Global Environment and the Precautionary Principle
- alan2102 on Public Health, Thermodynamics and the Cat Food Commission
- Iaato on Public Health, Thermodynamics and the Cat Food Commission
- michaelsbennett01 on Reports from Health Care Practitioners
- Is peak oil never going to happen? - Autoblog (blog) May 21, 2013
- Architects' critical input into the future of Canberra's urban realm - The Canberra Times May 18, 2013
- Is Your Town in Transition? - In These Times May 20, 2013
- Local View: Hedging our bets with solar contracts - Lincoln Journal Star May 20, 2013
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What we're reading:
Turner, Graham. "A comparison of limits to growth with thirty years of reality." June, 2008.
Korowicz, David. "Tipping Point: Near-Term Systemic Implications of a Peak in Global Oil Production." (From the Feasta and the Risk/Resilience Network). March, 2010.
Heinberg, Richard. "‘Searching for a Miracle. Net Energy’ Limits & the Fate of Industrial Society." Post Carbon Institute & International Forum on Globalization - September, 2009.