Some more roundup links. These pages have been hanging around in my browser for weeks, waiting for me to blog about them. As with the links I posted earlier this week, I consider these "go to" articles and sites - continuously interesting and relevant.
- Honestly, the most interesting article I've read on the economic crisis, because it suggests the problem is structural and provides a prescription for addressing it. (From the New York Times a few weeks ago.)
- Another take on the same idea as Soddy's (above), expressed with a bit more verve by Joe Romm of Climate Progress.
- Sustainable Energy: Without The Hot Air, by David JC McKay, is a detailed investigation, with numbers but without hard math, of how Britain can replace all its energy use with renewables. Very thorough, well-researched, and easy to read. The whole book is available on the web as PDF and HTML - you can also buy it from the site.
Let me if you have a chance to read any of these pages or sites. I'd love to hear what you think.