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“‘Peak Oil’ enters the mainstream debate.” Porter, Andrew. BBC News, Article: 10 June 2005. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/business/4077802.stm

“10 Years Later Minnesota’s Biomass Energy Mandate Fails to Deliver.” Institute for Local Self-Reliance, Press Release: 15 June 2005.

“32 Business and Environmental Groups Urge Congress to Restore Energy.” Commondreams.org, Press Release: 21 April 2005.

“67 Members of U.S. House of Representatives call upon Congressional Appropriators to increase funding for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.” World-wire, Press Release: 29 April 2005.

“A Clean Set of Wheels.” The Guardian, Press Release: 13 June 2005. http://society.guardian.co.uk/environment/news/0,14129,1505295,00.html

“A Peak into the Future: Potential Landscape Impacts of Gas Development in Northern Canada.” Holroyd, Peggy and H. Retzer. Pembina Institute, Report: July 2005.

“ACEEE Praises Senate Finance for Efficiency Incentives: House Falls Further behind Senate.” American Council for an Energy Efficient, Press Release: 16 June 2005.

“ACEEE urges congress to sustain and improve efficiency gains in senate energy bill.” American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy, Press Release: 14 June 2005.

“After years of weighing pros and cons, China is now all for nuclear energy.” AFP posted on Spacewar.com, 29 July 2004.

“Air Sector agrees to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.” Transport Canada News and Headlines, News Release: 15 November 2004.

“Aircraft emissions to double by 2030 despite hi-tech jets.” Webster, Ben. Times Online, Article: 21 June 2005. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/article/0,,2-1662662,00.html

“Americans see fuel efficient cars as patriotic.” Planetark.com, Press Release: 18 March 2005. http://www.planetark.com/dailynewsstory.cfm/newsid/29988/story.htm

“Analysts claim early peak in the world oil production.” Oil and Gas Journal, Article: 12 August 2002.

“Apocalypse soon: The outlook on fuel, inflation, farming.” Scialabba, George. Boston Globe, Book Report: 4 April 2004. http://www.boston.com/ae/books/articles/2004/04/04/apocalypse_soon_the_outlook_on_fuel_inflation_farming/

“Appropriate Response to Rising Fuel Prices: Citizens should demand, ‘Raise my prices now!’” Litman, Todd. Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Report: 2 May 2005.

“Are we running out of oil?” Magoon, L.B. U.S. Geological Survey, Poster: 6 November 2001. http://geopubs.wr.usgs.gov/open-file/of00-320/

“Argentine Town Hopes to Transform Wind into Windfall.” Reel, Monte. Washington Post, Article: 15 May 2005. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/05/14/AR2005051401020.html

“As TVs grow, so do electric bills.” Clayton, Mark. Christian Science Monitor, Article: 16 June 2005. http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0616/p13s02-stct.html

“Assessment by Canadian Environmental Leaders of the Government’s Kyoto Implementation Plan.” Pembina.org, Press Release: 13 April 2005.

“Balancing Natural Gas Policy – Fueling the Demands of a Growing Economy.” A Report of the National Petroleum Council, Report: 25 September 2003. http://www.fe.doe.gov/programs/oilgas/publications/npc/03gasstudy/NG_Vol1_9-25.pdf

“Bipartisan coalition, presses Bush to get behind oil-use reduction.” Fialka, John and J. Ball. Wall Street Journal, Article: 28 March 2005.

“Bipartisan National Security Leaders call on the President to Address America’s Growing Dependence on Oil.” Environmental Media Service, Press Release: 28 March 2005.

“Bush calls for development of more Nuclear Power.” Pegg, J. Environment News Service, Article: 28 April 2001.

“Bush visits Md., praises its nuclear power plant.” Shaw, Gwyneth. Baltimore Sun, Article: 23 June 2005. http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/nationworld/bal-te.nuke23jun23,1,3442612.story

“Bush wants refineries at Ex-Defense Bases.” Hebert, H. San Francisco Chronicle, Article: 27 April 2005. http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2005/04/26/national/w214612D80.DTL

“Campbell replies to U.S. Geological Survey: Global Petroleum Reserves – A View to the future.” Inet News, Press Release: 1 December 2002.

“Canada Country Analysis Brief.” Energy Information Administration. Department of Energy. http://www.eia.doe.gov/emeu/cabs/canada.html

“Capital Nearly Speechless on Big China Bid.” Andrews, Edmund. New York Times, Article: 24 June 2005. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/06/24/business/worldbusiness/24trade.html

“Challenges in a World of Oil Scarcity, The Coming Saudi Oil Crisis.” Simmons, Matthew. Posted on Counterpunch, Article: 21 June 2005.

“Changing the Oil Economy.” State of the World 2005, Article: April 2005. http://www.worldwatch.org/features/security/tf/3

“Check that Oil.” Ignatieff, David. Washington Post, Article: 13 November 2003.

“China and America’s common energy interests.” Brenner, Ian. Financial Times, Article: 16 March 2005.

“China Promotes Another Boom: Nuclear Power.” French, Howard. New York Times, Article: 15 January 2005. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/abstract.html?res=FA0F17FE3E5C0C768DDDA80894DD404482

“China’s new Energy Law could be turning point for sustainable development.” Greenpeace International on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 28 February 2005. http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/02/28/chinas_new_energ

“Climate Change Offers Opportunities: An Interview with Tim Wirth, Executive Director of the UN.” SocialFunds.com on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 19 April 2005. http://www.wbcsd.org/includes/getTarget.asp?type=DocDet&id=14363

“Closed Coffin: Ending the Debate on “The end of Cheap Oil.” A commentary.” Lynch, Michael, Article: September 2001.

“Coal in a Nice Shade of Green.” Homer-Dixon, Thomas. New York Times, Article: 25 March 2005.

“Coal plants kill 668 people per year.” Ontario Clean Air Alliance, Press Release: 27 April 2005. http://www.cleanair.web.ca/media/bullapr2705.html

“Coal takes heavy human toll: Some 25,100 U.S. Deaths from Coal Use Largely Preventable.” Larsen, Janet. Earth Policy Institute. 24 August 2004.

“Competitors to Nuclear: Eat my Dust.” Lovins, Amory. Rocky Mountain Institute, Article: Summer 2005. http://www.rmi.org/sitepages/pid1151.php

“Demand for Natural Gas Brings Big Import Plans and Objections.” Romero, Simon. New York Times, Article: 15 June 2005.

“Demand: China’s unquenchable thirst.” York, Geoffrey. The Globe and Mail, Article: 20 May 2005.

“Duke Energy proposes Carbon Tax.” Nowell, Paul. San Francisco Chronicle, Article: 7 April 2005. http://sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/n/a/2005/04/07/financial/f081527D92.DTL

“Eating Fossil Fuels.” Pfieffer, Dale. The Wilderness Publications, Article: 2004. http://www.fromthewilderness.com/cgi-bin/MasterPFP.cgi?doc=http://www.fromthewilderness.com/free/ww3/100303_eating_oil.html

“Efficient Vehicles versus Efficient Transportation: Comparing Transportation Energy Conservation Strategies.” Litman, Todd. Victoria Transport Policy Institute, Report: 6 May 2005.

“End of Cheap Oil Poses Serious Threat to World Economy, Expert Say.” Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 6 January 2003.

“Energy Efficiency: Critical first responder to rising Natural Gas Prices.” American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy posted on Environmental Media Services, 28 April 2005. http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/04/28/energy_efficienc

“Energy execs say West could rival Saudi Arabia.” Associated Press, Press Release: 24 June 2005. http://www.billingsgazette.com/index.php?id=1&display=rednews/2005/06/24/build/wyoming/50-west-energy.inc

“Energy investment too small to meet growth in demand, warns watchdog IEA.” Blas, Javier, J. Boxell and K. Morrison. Financial Times, Article: 4 May 2005.

“Energy savings vital for EU growth and climate change mitigation.” Euractiv.com on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 21 April 2005.

“Estimated Ultimately Recoverable (EUR) Oil.” MacKenzie, James. World Resources Institute, Report: 2000. http://pubs.wri.org/pubs_content_text.cfm?ContentID=380

“EU opens wide-ranging debate on energy savings.” Euractiv.com, Article: 23 June 2005. http://www.euractiv.com/Article?tcmuri=tcm:29-141362-16&type=News

“EU seizes on Washington report to press US on climate change.” Financial Times on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 19 April 2005.

“European power sector at a crossroads – will they choose clean or dirty energy?” Greenpeace International posted on Environmental Media Services, Article: 27 April 2005. http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/04/27/european_power_s

“Expert: Saudi oil may have peaked.” Porter, Adam. Aljazeera.net, Feature: 20 February 2005. http://english.aljazeera.net/NR/exeres/80C89E7E-1DE9-42BC-920B-91E5850FB067

“Experts to grapple with carbon cap at NY Global Warming conference.” Clean Air - Cool Planet, posted on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 25 May 2005. http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/05/25/experts_to_grapp

“Finding Solutions for a sustainable world: The Pembina Institute Annual Report 2003.” Pembina Institute, Report: July 2004.

“Fluky wind calls for big back-up.” Myer, Rod. The Age, Article: 21 July 2004. http://www.theage.com.au/articles/2004/07/20/1090089154083.html?from=storyl&oneclick=true

“Forgotten Fundamentals of the Energy Crisis.” Bartlett, Albert. Paper posted on Negative Population Growth Website

“Fossil Fuel revolution begins.” Carrington, Damian. BBC News, Article: 23 November 1999. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/532468.stm

“Fossil Fuels: The non-renewable resources.” Mackenzie, James. World Resources Institute, Article: 2000. http://pubs.wri.org/pubs_content_text.cfm?ContentID=378

“Fueling America: China moves fast to claim oil sands.” Collier, Robert. San Francisco Chronicle, Article: 22 May 2005.

“Funds for Greenhouse Gas storage.” BBC News, Press Release: 14 June 2005. http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/4089538.stm

“Gas Pains.” Bryce, Robert. The Atlantic Online, Article: May 2005. http://www.theatlantic.com/doc/prem/200505/bryce

“Global Economic Growth Strains Earth’s Vital Signs.” Pegg, J. R. Environment News Service, Press Release: 12 May 2005.

“Global oil production now flat out.” Skrebowski, Chris. Energy Bulletin, Article: 1 August 2004. http://www.energybulletin.net/1282.html

“Global Petroleum Resources: A View to the Future.” Ahlbrandt, Thomas and P. McCabe. GeoTimes, Feature: November 2002.

“Global Renewable Energy Potential: Approaches to its use.” Czisch, Gregor. Delivered in Magdeburg, German: September 2001.

“Global wind map shows best wind farm locations.” Environment News Service, Press Release: 17 May 2005. http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/may2005/2005-05-17-09.asp#anchor6

“Green Power Programs in Canada – 2003.” Whitmore, Johanne and M. Bramley. Pembina Institute, Report: September 2004.

“Herrara: Impressions from Berlin: A Report from Alaska oil and gas consultant on peak oil conference.” Herrara, Roger. Petroleum News, Article: 30 May 2004.

“House Passes energy bill, but fate in the senate is uncertain.” Hulse, Carl. New York Times, Article: 21 April 2005. http://www.nytimes.com/2005/04/21/business/21cnd-energy.html?ex=1271736000&en=ea262746702cf59d&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss

“Hunger for Energy Transforms how India Operates.” Sengupta, Somini. New York Times, Article: 5 June 2005.

“India stands to gain from Kyoto.” Basu, Indrajit. UPI on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Article: April 18, 2005.

“Industry shakes off lethargic image.” Financial Times on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 18 April 2005.

“Insights: Oil Companies Poised to Penetrate Ecuadorian Amazon.” Finer, Matt. Environment News Service, Article: 28 April 2004.

“International Energy Agency’s World Outlook runs out of control.” Greenpeace International on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 26 October 2004.

“Iraq: The carve-up begins.” Burgis, Tom. The London Line, Article: 23 June 2005. http://www.thelondonline.co.uk/theline/article.php?articleID=437

“Japan squeezes to get the most out of costly fuel.” Brooke, James. New York Times, Article: 4 June 2005.

“Kyoto-style Protocol for Global Oil Depletion to be debated at International Conference in Lisbon.” Oil Depletion Analysis Centre posted on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 10 May 2005. http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/05/10/kyoto_style_prot

“Long Day’s Journey into Night: An interview with doomsaying author James Howard Kunstler.” Little, Amanda. Grist.org, Interview: 25 May 2005.

“Mythoilogy: Eight wrong ways to think about the future of energy.” Nikiforuk, Andrew. Canadian Business, Article: 17 January 2005.

“New Climate Stewardship Bill would Subsidize Development.” Environment News Service, Press Release: 27 May 2005.

“New Dispute Blows through Wind Energy.” Inter Press Service, Press Release: 1 March 2005.

“New Mexico Adopts Efficient Use of Energy Act.” Environment News Service, Press Release: 5 April 2005. http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/apr2005/2005-04-05-09.asp#anchor4

“New Oil Projects cannot meet world needs this decade.” The Oil Depletion Analysis Centre posted on Environmental Media Services, Article: 15 November 2004. http://www.ems.org/nws/2004/11/15/new_oil_projects

“New Oil Supply shortages likely after 2007, new report shows.” Oil Depletion Analysis Centre on Environmental Media Service, Press Release: 28 January 2004.

“Newsletter no. 45.” The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas: September 2004.

“Newsletter no. 46.” The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas: October 2004.

“Newsletter no. 47.” The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas: November 2004.

“Newsletter no. 49.” The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas: January 2005.

“No quick fix for America’s airline industry amid high price for jet fuel.” Foss, Brad. Associated Press, Article: 17 April 2005.

“Norway Aims to become a low carbon country.” 01 May 2005.

“Now Pentagon tells Bush: climate change will destroy us.” Townsend, Mark and P. Harris. The Observer, Article: 22 February 2004.

“Nuclear Power Operators warned about Grid Failure.”  Environment News Service, Press Release: 28 April 2004. http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/apr2004/2004-04-28-09.asp#anchor1

“Nuclear Power’s Scorned Small-Scale Competitors are walloping it in the Marketplace.” Rocky Mountain Institute posted on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 22 June 2005. http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/06/22/nuclear_powers_s

“Oil and Food: A Rising Security Challenge.” Murray, Danielle. Earth Policy Institute, Article: 9 May 2005. http://www.earth-policy.org/Updates/2005/Update48.htm

“Oil as a Finite Resource: When is global production likely to peak?” MacKenzie, James. World Resources Institute, Working Paper: 2000.

“Oil Chief: My fears for planet.” Adam, David. The Guardian, 17 June 2004. http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk_news/story/0,3604,1240496,00.html

“Oil in troubled waters.” The Economist, Article: 28 April 2005.

“Oil Market Basics.” Office of Oil and Gas, Energy Information Administration, Introduction. http://www.eia.doe.gov/pub/oil_gas/petroleum/analysis_publications/oil_market_basics/intro.htm

“Oil prices could hinder growth: G-7.” CBC News, Press Release: 17 April 2005. http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/2005/04/16/g7_050416.html

“Oil Supplies, Nuclear controls focus of U.S. Energy Secretary’s Trip.” 23 May 2005

“Oil: Caveat Empty.” Cavallo, Alfred. Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, Report: May/June 2005. http://www.mindfully.org/Energy/2005/Oil-Caveat-Empty1may05.htm

“Ottawa Sold Short.” Hamilton, Tyler. Toronto Star, Article: 14 March 2005.

“Out of the Energy Box.” Friedmann, S. Julio and T. Homer-Dixon. Foreign Affairs, November/December 2004. http://www.homerdixon.com/download/energy_box.pdf

“Parabolic Projection of Conventional Natural Gas Production from the Western Canada Sedimentary Basin.” Walsh, John.

“Paying for Parking.” Roth, Gabriel. Institute of Economic Affairs, Journal Article: July 1965. http://www.vtpi.org/roth_parking.pdf

“Peak Oil presentation in the US Congress.” Bartlett, Roscoe. Energy Bulletin, Press Release: 15 March 2005. http://www.energybulletin.net/4733.html

“Peak Oil to Arrive as Early as 2014.” ‘Peak Oil’ Update, Press Release: 4 January 2005. http://www.btinternet.com/~nlpwessex/Documents/peakoil2014.htm

“Peaking of World Oil Production: Impacts, Mitigation and Risk Management.” Hirsch, Robert. February 2005.

“Pentagon-sponsored climate report sparks hullabaloo in Europre, but new ice age unlikely, Bay Area authors of study say.” Davidson, Keay. San Francisco Chronicle, Book Report: 25 Wednesday 2004. http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?file=/chronicle/archive/2004/02/25/MNG0O57R4R1.DTL

“Petroleum Reserves.” US Department of Energy, Press Release: 13 June 2005. http://www.fe.doe.gov/programs/reserves/

“Piebalgs: ‘We need to stabilize consumption and develop renewables.’” EurActiv.com, Interview: 3 May 2005.

“Pocket-sized nuclear fusion a reality.” Environment News Service, Press Release: 28 April 2005.

“Powerful Opportunities.” Industry Week on World Business Council for Sustainable Development on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: April 2005.

“Protests in Indonesia over fuel price hikes.” CBC News, Press Release: 1 March 2005. http://www.cbc.ca/story/world/national/2005/03/01/indonesia050301.html

“Puncturing Natural Gas Myths – Part I.” Weissman, Andrew. Energybusinesswatch.com, Article: 21 November 2003.

“Puncturing Natural Gas Myths – Part I.” Weissman, Andrew. Energybusinesswatch.com, Article: 24 November 2003.

“Puncturing Natural Gas Myths – Part III.” Weissman, Andrew. Energybusinesswatch.com, Article: 3 December 2003.

“Renewable Energy Standard a Positive Step Forward.” REP America on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 16 June 2005.

“Rising call: Cut U.S. oil imports.” Clayton, Mark. The Christian Science Monitor, Article: 05 May 2005. http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0505/p01s04-usfp.html

“Running out of Gas.” Ferris, Dan. The Daily Reckoning, Article: 18 May 2004. http://www.dailyreckoning.com/old%20site/oldWriters/Ferris/Articles/051804.html

“Saudis have U.S. over a barrel, the shifting terms of trade between grain and oil.” Brown, Lester. Earth Policy Institute, Article: 24 April 2004. http://www.earth-policy.org/Updates/Update38.htm

“Saudis, Oil, Israelis and America.” The Shalom Center on Information clearinghouse, Press Release: 28 April 2005. http://www.informationclearinghouse.info/article8695.htm

“Selected Health Impacts from Power Plan Pollution in the United States.” Earth Policy Institute. Taken from Schneider, Conrad. “The Dirty Secret behind Dirty Air: Dirty Power.” 

“Senate Committee Bill Begins moving U.S. Energy Policy in right direction, with more prominent role for Energy Efficiency, says Alliance to Save Energy.” Alliance to Save Energy posted on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 19 May 2005.

“Senate Denies States Authority on Gas Terminals.” Simon, Richard and M. Bustillo. L.A. Times, Article: 23 June 2005.

“Senate Energy Bill Saves Over Twice as much energy as the House Bill: But Substantial Improvements are needed.” American Council for Energy-Efficient Economy posted on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 26 May 2005.

“Senate Energy Committee ignores plight of consumers reeling from high gas prices, U.S. Security Risks Arising from Oil Dependence, Says Alliance to Save Energy.” Alliance to Save Energy posted on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 19 May 2005.

“Shell’s Top Executive is forced to step down.” Timmons, Heather. The New York Times, Article: 4 March 2004.

“Size distribution of oil fields.” MacKenzie, James. World Resources Institute, Article: March 1996. http://pubs.wri.org/pubs_content_text.cfm?ContentID=381

“Slippery Slope: Oil after the Global Peak.” McGreal, Ryan. 16 June 2005. Raise the Hammer, Article: 16 June 2005.

“Some like it hot.” Mooney, Chris. Mother Jones, Article: May/June 2005. http://www.motherjones.com/news/feature/2005/05/some_like_it_hot.html

“South Africa’s ‘green’ energy market set to make its debut.” Financial Times on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 19 April 2005.

“Statement from Canadian Environmental Leaders Regarding the Regulation of Greenhouse Has Emissions under the Canadian Environmental Protection Act (CEPA). Pembina.org, Press Release: 28 March 2005. http://www.pembina.org/newsitem.asp?newsid=133&section

“Strategic Significance of America’s Oil Shale Resource.” Office of Deputy Assistant Secretary for Petroleum Reserves. March 2004.

“Study shows ethanol generates more energy than it takes to produce.” GreenBiz.com, Press Release: 29 March 2005.

“Suncor assesses damage after fire at oilsands project.” CBC News, Press Releases: 05 January 2005. http://www.cbc.ca/story/business/national/2005/01/05/suncor-050105.html

“Supply: Are Saudi reserves drying up?” Anwar, Haris. The Globe and Mail, Article: 20 May 2005.

“The End of Cheap Oil.” Appenzeller, Tim. National Geographic, Article: June 2004. http://magma.nationalgeographic.com/ngm/0406/feature5/

“The End of oil is closer than you think.” Vidal, John. The Guardian, Feature: 21 April 2005. http://www.guardian.co.uk/life/feature/story/0,,1464050,00.html

“The Hydrogen Hallucination – The ‘Freedom Fuel’ leaves us in Chains.” Sardella, Mark. EcoVersity, Article: 1 July 2003.

“The Long Emergency: Surviving the end of the Oil Age, Climate Change and other converging catastrophes of the Twenty-first Century.” Kunstler, James. March 2005

“The Natural Gas Production Treadmill.” Powers, Bill. Canadian Energy Viewpoint, Article: 30 October 2003. http://www.financialsense.com/editorials/powers/2003/1030.html

“The Next Prize.” Yargin, Daniel and M. Stoppard. Petroleumworld.com, Article: 07 December 2003.

“The Northwest’s energy system vulnerable to sabotage; drains $30 million a day from region’s economy.” Northwest Environment Watch on Environmental Media Service, Press Release: 28 February 2005.  http://www.ems.org/nws/2005/02/28/the_northwests_e

“The Outlook for Energy – 2030 view.” Constable, John. Exxon Mobil, Press Release: 15 September 2004. http://www.exxonmobil.co.uk/UK-English/Newsroom/UK_NR_Speech_EO_150904.asp

“The Party’s (Almost) Over: ‘Peak Oil’ and the Coming Global Energy Crisis.” Black, Anthony. MayDay.

“The Price we pay for Petrol.” The Independent on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 19 April 2005.

“The True Cost of Coal.” Greenpeace International on Environmental Media Services, Press Release: 28 April 2005.

“The Way things are going to be.” Harding, Gary. http://www.strom.clemson.edu/becker/prtm320/commons/oilcris.html

“The Wheat-Oil Exchange Rate, 1950-2004.” Earth Policy Institute, Table. http://www.earth-policy.org/Updates/Update38_data.htm

“They’re not making more.” Raeben, Paul. New York Times, Book Review: 8 February 2004. http://query.nytimes.com/gst/fullpage.html?res=9404E3DD1038F93BA35751C0A9629C8B63

“Top oil groups fail to recoup exploration costs.” Boxell, James. Financial Times, Article: 10 October 2004. http://nytimes.com/financialtimes/business/FT20041010_7135_200375.html

“Top Oil groups fail to recoup exploration costs.” Boxell, James. New York Times, Article: 10 October 2004.

“U.N. Maps the World’s Best Solar and Wind Power Sites.” GreenBiz.com on World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Press Release: 19 April 2005.

“U.S. Cities Urged to Adopt ‘Congestion Tax.’” Chea, Terence. Associated Press, Article: 5 June 2005. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2005/06/04/AR2005060401388.html

“U.S. Could Eliminate oil Use in 50 Years.” Environment News Service, Press Release: 22 September 2004. http://www.ens-newswire.com/ens/sep2004/2004-09-22-09.asp#anchor3

“U.S. Energy chief wants global push for ‘clean coal.” Frost, Laurence. Associated Press, Article: 3 May 2005.

“U.S. Officials See Increasing Gasoline, Natural Gas Prices.” Environment News Service, Press Release: 5 March 2004.

“US, Canadian gas imports to skyrocket in coming decades: IEA.” Energy Resources Digest, Press Release: 12 November 2003.

“Wall Street to Address financing of National Energy, Security and Climate Change.” World-wire, Press Release: 19 April 2005.

“Washington, activists argue a ‘new’ energy.” Scherer, Ron. The Christian Science Monitor, Article: 6 May 2005. http://www.csmonitor.com/2005/0506/p02s01-usgn.html

“Wave, wind, sun and tide is a powerful mix.” Tickell, Oliver. The Guardian, Article: 12 May 2005. http://www.guardian.co.uk/life/opinion/story/0,12981,1481539,00.html

“Welcome to the age of scarcity.” McKenna, Barrie. The Globe and Mail, Article: 20 May 2005.

“What about ethanol?” Nixon, Doug. The Gazette, Article: 2 May 2005.

“When the Government is the Landlord.” Taylor, Amy, C. Severson-Maker, M. Winfield, D. Woynillowicz and M. Griffiths. Pembina Institute, Report: July 2004.

“When the Oilpatch comes to your backyard: A citizen’s guide, 2e.” Griffiths, Mary, C. Severson-Baker and T. Marr Kaing. Pembina Institute, Report: November 2004.

“Will Hydrogen clear the air? Maybe not, say some.” Wald, Matthew. New York Times, 12 November 2003.

“Will the End of Oil mean the end of America?” Freeman, Robert. Commondreams.org, Article: 1 March 2004. http://www.commondreams.org/views04/0301-12.htm

“Wind energy endures a gale of hostility.” The Daily Telegraph, Press Release: 26 April 2005.

“Wind Report 2004.” EON, Press Release: 2004. http://www.nowhinashwindfarm.co.uk/EON_Netz_Windreport_e_eng.pdf

“World Bank predicts drop in oil prices.” CBC News, Press Release: 4 February 2000.

“World’s largest solar power plant planned for Portugal.” Tremlett, Giles. The Guardian, Article: 6 May 2005. http://www.guardian.co.uk/renewable/Story/0,2763,1477722,00.html

“World’s thirst for oil makes falling output worse.” Blas, Javier. Financial Times, Article: 15 March 2005. http://news.ft.com/cms/s/2bc02798-957f-11d9-bc72-00000e2511c8.html

Kunstler, James. The Long Emergency: Surviving the end of the Oil Age, Climate Change and other converging catastrophes of the Twenty-first Century. New York: Atlantic Monthly Press, 2005.

Taylor, Amy, M. Bramley and M. Winfield. “Government Spending on Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry: Undermining Canada’s Kyoto Commitment.” Pembina Institute for Appropriate Development. January 2005. http://www.pembina.org/publications_item.asp?id=181

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