Monthly Archives: July 2016

100% Zero Emissions Electricity In Canada

If there is any country in the world that should be able to deliver zero emissions electricity, it has to be Canada. It has been blessed with a huge hydro-power endowment that can provide the dispatchable base-load power required to … Continue reading

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Methane Hydrates, The Next Shale Gas?

The talk a few years ago about an imminent peak in oil and gas production was proven incorrect by the technological strides made to access shale oil and gas resources. It seems that governments, exploration companies, and even the United … Continue reading

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Our Current Situation And The Two World Wars: Capitalism, The State And War by Alexander Anievas

Alexander Anievas (2014), Geopolitics in The Thirty Years Crisis 1914-1945, University of Michigan Press It is now inevitable that within the next few decades, humanity will be riven by crises created by the clash between its exponential growth and the … Continue reading

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