We didn’t leave the Stone Age because we ran out of stones.

BP Drops A Bomb on Global Oil & Gas BP - the global behemoth that powered the British Empire - has released its forward scenarios which predict peaked oil through a breathtakingly fast revolution to EVs, batteries, hydrogen trucks, synthetic fuel planes and utility scale renewables globally. Which collapsed daily global demand 75% by 2050 …

A Permaculture Referennce Library

Free PDF database for permaculture, regenerative farming soil building etc: http://library.uniteddiversity.coop/Permaculture/ And everything else that is amazing from bee keeping, community organizing, setting up economies, and much much more: http://library.uniteddiversity.coop/ Also Agroforestry: http://library.uniteddiversity.coop/Permaculture/Agroforestry/ Matt Powers Permaculture Student 1:https://spaces.hightail.com/receive/A8dZs3cM1L Matt Powers Permaculture Student 2:https://spaces.hightail.com/receive/KmBErt9DGG

Reducing Waste

"If one starts to think about all the energy and emissions that come along with every drop of oil, crust of bread or chicken breast, it becomes pretty clear as to why food waste matters" pointing to emissions stemming from agriculture, harvesting and processing, packaging, transportation, food preparation and ultimately the discarding of items. https://www.wastedive.com/news/project-drawdown-climate-change-zero-waste-number-one/573660/?fbclid=IwAR0EZbaFe808Za2Hj2QlWbmHAPPn9OdUO5yilPwMEJCNkxHGD4FVoH0GSVU

Yes! Change has found a crack where the light gets in. The Doughnut Model.

The city of Amsterdam this week officially decided to embrace what has come to be known as “The Doughnut Model,” a framework for sustainable development created by Oxford University economist Kate Raworth.In adopting this model, which attempts to balance the needs of people without harming the environment, the city hopes to emerge from the cloud …

What Humans are Really Doing to our Planet, in 19 Jaw-Dropping Images

Zak Noyle/Foundation for Deep Ecology – Surfing through trash in Java, Indonesia. It’s hard to deny that we’ve got an environmental crisis on our hands. For a long time, it’s been a talking point, though the moniker has changed a bit. At one time it was called “global warming”, but when the mercury plummeted in certain …