This page is devoted to postings and discussion of comments that document various indicators of decline of the public health or health care system(s). You can reply to the existing posted comment about a particular story of decline or if you would like you can post your own story here on HAO by starting a new comment below. If you wish to contribute to a front page blog post please contact the editors.
- 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 Your Town in Transition? - In These Times May 20, 2013
- Local View: Hedging our bets with solar contracts - Lincoln Journal Star May 20, 2013
- Architects' critical input into the future of Canberra's urban realm ... - The Canberra Times May 18, 2013
- Predictions Australia will be hardest hit by climate change - CoalGuru - CoalGuru.com May 19, 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.