Zen and the art of protecting the planet (the guardian)
In a rare interview, zen buddhist master Thich Nhat Hahn warns of the threat to civilisation from climate change and the spiritual revival that is needed to avert catastrophe.
Peak oil is 'getting closer' but the world is not ready (theecologist.org)
The end of cheap oil has got governments panicking to control prices rather than planning for a post-oil era. Tom Levitt reports
Hány vágóhíd egy Ferrari? (totalcar)
Az igazán hülye zöldek molesztálókecskéje az autóipar. Mindennek ő az oka, a dugóknak, a klímaváltozásnak, a szénhidrogének aggasztó fogyásának, ráadásul szem előtt van, és sok benne a pénz. Rá is másztak már a 70-es években, azóta se szálltak le róla.
Working from Home and Online Shopping Can Increase Carbon Emissions, UK Report Claims (sciencedaily.com)
Shopping on the Internet or working from home could be increasing carbon emissions rather than helping to reduce them, a new report claims. The research reveals that people who shop online must order more than 25 items otherwise the impact on the environment is likely to be worse than traditional shopping.
Zero carbon Britain: how to get there in 10 steps (The Ecologist)
A blueprint for how Britain could reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to zero over the next 20 years by a combination of electrification, insulation and a massive scaling up of offshore wind
Electric cars can 'fit with current driving patterns' (The Ecologist)
First results of UK-wide trials dispel fears about the 'range anxiety' of electric cars running out of power: typical users' driving habits can remain unchanged