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However, since it would not be possible, what kind of policies should he focus on? RH: I would advise economic policy that supports subsistence agriculture, that encourages craft industries and small-scale, local manufacture. At the same time the energy situation is weighing on growth as well. Please enable JavaScript to view the comments powered by Disqus. ENERGY SCENARIOS It is, of course, impossible to predict exactly what our energy future will be, but current trends suggest a few likely possibilities. It’s very unrealistic to think of the United States as being the next Saudi Arabia.

View Alaskas Coal: Flashpoint for Coming Climate BattlesRichard Heinberg July 3, 2013 If there is any place on planet Earth where we should dig in our heels against expanded coal mining, it is surely Alaska.   Richard Heinberg Menu  The End of Growth Essays and videos related to The End of Growth Museletter 270: How to Shrink the Economy without Crashing It MuseLetter #270 / November 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 99 KB) This months Museletter is the text of a talk I gave at a Teach-in on Techno-Utopianism and the Fate of the Earth, organized by the International Forum on Globalization, October 26, 2014, at The Great Hall at The Cooper […] admin 4 responses November 6, 2014 Museletter 269: Paul Krugman and the limits of hubris MuseLetter #269 / October 2014 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 111 KB) This months Museletter is a pair of rebuttals to economist-columnist Paul Krugman. Canada’s tar sands (better termed bitumen) are clearly an economic source of fuel, and again the resource is immense—1.84 trillion barrels, or about 60 years of global oil consumption at current rates. We know this because Global Footprint Network, which methodically tracks the relevant data, informs us that humanity is now using 1.5 Earths worth of resources. The interview was given in conjunction with the release of the Dutch translation of my book Snake Oil: […] 5 responses January 9, 2014 Museletter 259: Snake Oil and the End of Growth MuseLetter #259 / December 2013 by Richard Heinberg Download printable PDF version here (PDF, 117 KB) The last newsletter of 2013 brings together an essay, an interview, and a blog post, all with the common theme of the intersection between economic growth and energy. Fracking boom goes bust as production from shale gas and tight oil wells stalls out and lurches into decline. 9. View Our Renewable FutureRichard Heinberg April 23, 2015 Part three of a four-part video series. If plentiful fossil fuels can provide jobs and growth (we tend to believe they can because they have a track record, and we already have the infrastructure to use those fuels), then can’t we somehow find a way to eat our cake, yet have it too? “Let’s think about this for a while longer before making any rash decisions,” the masses murmur in unison.

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