Why good people do bad things
This is the second of my bare-knuckle interviews with policy makers.
For the first time, the International Energy Agency has produced a date for peak oil. And it’s not reassuring.
An open letter to King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia
A new generation of biofuels turns out to be another environmental disaster
The climate talks are a stitch-up, as no one is talking about supply.
Though the government is planning a massive expansion of transport networks, it has never considered this question.
We need a five-year freeze on biofuels, before they wreck the planet.
The rebranding of Shell and BP is a fraud.
One man uses gas and oil money to help the poor. The other uses it to buy guns. Guess who gets vilified.
Biodiesel enthusiasts have accidentally invented the most carbon-intensive fuel on earth
We had better start preparing for a decline in global oil supply
BP is working with a genocidal government
The adoption of biofuels would be a humanitarian and environmental disaster
Is a life without fossil fuel possible?
Without cheap oil, the only safe option is to start dismantling our complex economies
Oil is running out, but no one wants to talk about it.
Blair is appeasing Bush partly in order to get a share of the world’s diminishing supplies of oil
The corporations have asked us to trust them. But even the paragon of “corporate social responsibility” is saying one thing and doing quite another.
The war against terrorism is also a struggle for oil and regional control