Category: Resources

Juan Cole: Scotland Renewables making enough Electricity to power Two Scotlands

And other Wind Power Successes

Juan Cole: Even Red States are going Solar

Republican decision-makers increasingly see solar as just a good business investment that produces electricity more cost-effectively than coal

Conn Hallinan: Weaponizing Water in South Asia

During the face-off earlier this year between India and Pakistan over a terrorist attack that killed more than 40 Indian paramilitaries in Kashmir, New Delhi made an existential threat to Islamabad. The weapon was not India’s considerable nuclear arsenal, but one still capable of inflicting ruinous destruction: water. “Our government has decided to stop our Read more…

Vandana Shiva: Fake Food, Fake Meat

Through real food we can decolonise our food cultures and our consciousness. We can remember that food is living and gives us life

Isabel Marlens: The Farms of the Future

Farms of the future should be regenerative, diverse, accessible, community-oriented, places of celebration

Tamara Pearson: Beer Transnationals Are Sucking Mexico Dry

Mexico is the biggest beer exporter globally, but it barely has enough water for its residents and farmers

Mónica Araya: Fossil-Free Costa Rica

How One Country Is Pursuing Decarbonization Despite Global Inaction

Helena Norberg-hodge: Local Food Won’t Destroy the Environment

If you’re seeking some good news during these troubled times, look at the ecologically sound ways of producing food that have percolated up from the grassroots in recent years

Alexandra Shimo: Nestlé extracts millions of litres, residents have no drinking water

Just 90 minutes from Toronto, residents of a First Nations community try to improve the water situation as the beverage company extracts from their land

George Monbiot: An Electrifying Idea

Electric food – the new sci-fi diet that could save our planet

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