Tag Archive: Global change

Jan 12

Finite resources in a finite World

Gail Tverberg tries to answer why a finite World may be a problem… read more about the economic implications of finite resources.

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Oct 22

The birth of the ‘de-Americanized’ world

China has had enough. The Country of Great Wall is working at a “de-Americanized” world. A commentary of Xinhua, a State controlled press agency, explains how and why and launches the idea of Petroyuan. “With its seemingly unrivaled economic and military might, the United States has declared that it has vital national interests to protect …

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Oct 22

USA and the world: what is beyond the debt default

The world is probably living its most dangerous economic era, which begun with the capital off-shoring in the seventies, continued with the great financial bubble from the eighties and is now approaching the next stage of collapse. This is the ultimate crisis and will spread from the USA as in the most recent ones. The …

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Jun 14

Geoengineering

Chemtrails: barium aerosol?

The controversial question of geoengineering does not seem to attract the interest of the government of the Western Countries. However, it should. Geoengineering is the intentional, large-scale intervention in the Earth’s oceans, soils and/or atmosphere.  HAARP and ELF/ULF waves are among the technology projects and tools used in this field.  Read here about other (than …

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Mar 13

Deficit cuts and the obious link with recession

It is a debated issue in these times, that of deficit cuts, along with the less famous theme of the “end of growth” and that of the finite nature of resources on hearth. In his Museletter 249, Richard Heinberg connects them in a summary of thoughts which may turn useful to those aiming to understand why …

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Sep 04

Arctic ice forecast models

Most computer models of climate change indicate the ice could disappear in summer in 30 to 40 years, said Lars-Otto Reiersen, head of the Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme. “But there are models that indicate 2015 as an extreme,” he said to Reuters. Suggested by Petrolio.

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Sep 01

Next winners in the global economy

Who is going to win the global competition between old and new economies? Dani Rodrik’s insight, professor at Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government, provides a three condition scenario for relative growth: “those that do relatively better will share three characteristics. First, they will not be weighed down by high levels of public debt. Second, …

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