Links for June 16th to June 17th

These are my links for June 16th to June 17th:

  • Peak oil primer and links – A good round up page on Peak Oil with a quality selection of links
  • Coed Hills Rural Arts Space – The whole site is run on alternative energy, from high-tech wind turbines and biomass underfloor heaters, to solar showers made out of scrap radiators. With its permaculture gardens, the place is an inspiration for the budding and more experienced eco-con
  • Future Scenarios – The simultaneous onset of climate change and the peaking of global oil supply represent unprecedented challenges for human civilisation. Global oil peak has the potential to shake if not destroy the foundations of global industrial economy and culture. Cl
  • Venezuela: a revolution on film – A series of screening (not just about Venezuela) that seeks to deepen the understanding of the Bolivarian revolutionary process, putting it within its wider historical, social and political context through the screening and debate of some cinematographic
  • Harnessing sunlight on the cheap: MIT student project aims to develop cost-efficient solar power – For a project that could be on the very cutting edge of renewable energy, this one is actually decidedly low tech–and that's the point. A team of students have designed a 12-foot-square mirrored dish capable of concentrating sunlight by a factor of 1,000
  • Solar Times – A quarterly newspaper all about energy and sustainability