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Science fiction writer Kim Stanley Robinson says the real question is not "is it too late?" but "how much will we save?" And that will depend on how quickly and boldly we act now. "We can see our present danger, and we can also see our future potential," Robinson explains. "This is not just a dream but a responsibility, a project. And things we can do now to start on this project are all around us, waiting to be taken up and lived."

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Most of the resources and ecosystems we draw on to provide consumer lifestyles are deteriorating. The WWF's Footprint index tells us that at present we would need 1.5 planet Earth's to provide the resources we use sustainably. How can we cope with a resource demand that is 20×1.5 = 30 times a currently sustainable level by 2050...and twice as much by 2073 given 3% annual growth?

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We must cut resource use and impacts by a huge multiple...and keep it down there despite endless growth. Now ask the tech-fix believer what precisely he thinks will enable this.

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Just over a year ago we noted that, after being forced to withdraw at least $15 billion to fund 2017 budget deficits, the $860 billion Norwegian sovereign wealth fund announced that…

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In an effort to shore up dwindling reserves, Angola has decided to unpeg its currency, the kwanza, from the U.S. dollar - a peg which has been in place

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So, you think that you know all there is to know about Christmas?Maybe you string enough lights on your roof to give Clark Griswald a run for his money.…

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While Google’s Waymo company has taken center stage for bringing self-driving cars to roads, autonomous trucking may make it to the mainstream first. Silicon Valley startups, technologists, and venture capitalists…

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As it works to achieve a more circular economy, China starts from a low baseline. It consumes world resources at record levels and uses about five times more materials to generate US$1 of GDP than the OECD countries. To produce 46% of global aluminum, 50% of steel and 60% of the world's cement in 2011, it consumed 25.2 billion tons of raw materials, more than the combined total of the 34 OECD nations, and in 2025 it is expected to produce almost one-quarter of the world's municipal solid waste. Such levels of consumption and waste will stress both the nation and the planet. What's more, with 30% of its imports being fuels and minerals, China grows increasingly dependent on exports form unstable parts of the world.

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The sun activates my photo-voltaic (PV) panels which produces my electricity. There are essentially no P.V.'s or solar panels on any of the estimated 5,000 new houses in Nipomo ----why?

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Russia’s economy may come to feel a negative impact from the OPEC-led oil production cut deal, the central bank warned, adding that it expected GDP growth during the first…