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  1. Nurture Capital -- A New Paradigm for Business
  2. NOPEC -- Non-Oil, Power-Exporting Communities
Papers and Commentaries
  1. The Principles of Ecological Economics
  2. Sustainable Transportation for a World Beyond Oil
  3. Eco-Development
  4. Renewable Energy Design Elements
  5. Bonds for a Sustainable Society
  6. Insidious Subsidies Granted to the Automobile
  7. My Encounters with Bucky
  8. A Few Notes on the Art of Trying
  9. Consensus Decision Making
  10. The 4 Donkey Method of BioClimatic Design ... or how to build a passive solar home, and do it really green!
Energy Bulletins
  1. Energy Bulletin 2 -- Baggins End
In the Press
  1. Engineer in Race to Develop Oil Alternative -- The Australian, October 24, 1996
Guest Writers
  1. The Basic Laws of Human Stupidity by Carlo M. Cipolla
  2. Predicting The Future by Alan C. Kay
  3. An Introduction to the Energetic-Synergetic Geometry of R. Buckminster Fuller by R. Buckminster Fuller, 1955
  4. Energy and Equity by Ivan Illich [abstract]
  5. Deschooling Society by Ivan Illich [abstract]
  6. Pick Your Poison: An Environmentalist's Guide to Gasoline
  7. Places to Intervene in a System by Donella H. Meadows in Whole Earth, Winter 1997
  8. Good Planets are Hard to Find by Steve Forbert
  1. Noam Chomsky
  2. Milk
  3. CO2
  • Thoughts in the Presence of Fear: A post-Sept. 11 manifesto for environmentalists, by Wendell Berry [2001 October 11]
  • The End Of Tall Buildings: "We are convinced that the age of skyscrapers is at an end. It must now be considered an experimental building typology that has failed. We predict that no new megatowers will be built, and existing ones are destined to be dismantled." by James Howard Kunstler and Nikos A. Salingaros [2001 September 17]
  • Starting From Ground Zero: What's changed, what hasn't, and what should for the environmental movement, by Kathryn Schulz [2001 October 11]
  1. Thoughts to Ponder (quotations)
  2. Not Invented Here ("They laughed at Edison")
  3. US Newspapers


updated 2005 March 18

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