Canadian oil producers can’t address the downturn by slowing production without huge losses, so they now sell at a loss economically and for the climate.
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Less of What We Don't Need
Stories about Less of What We Don't Need.
Michael Klare provides an insightful analysis on the overproduction of oil and it's political-economic background.
“No to this military and police encampment,” someone hastily scrawled in large white letters on the back of a sign welcoming visitors to the Kaqchikel community of Santa Fe Ocaña, a community in the municipality of San Juan Sacatepéquez, and one of the 12 communities in resistance to the construction of a mega-cement factory. The sign stood next to one of the many command tents of the Guatemalan National Civilian Police at the height of the state of exception and sums up the general feeling of the residents in this small hamlet, about an hour and a half from Guatemala City.