Life After Oil: In Depth Infographic: The Surprising Ways You Consume Oil Every Day Share Facebook Twitter Email Share Infographic: The Surprising Ways You Consume Oil Every Day Less than half the oil we consume is used for gasoline. Petroleum also goes into a bunch of everyday products. Some useful, and many we could live without. Spring 2016 Life After Oil TABLE OF CONTENTS In Depth Why We Need to Keep 80 Percent of Fossil Fuels in the Ground 100% Renewable Energy: What We Can Do in 10 Years How Iowa Became the Nation’s Leader In Wind Energy The West Coast Is the World’s 5th Largest Economy. Can It Unite to Stop Big Oil? I Was a Fourth-Generation Coal Miner. Here’s Why I Quit Jobs After Oil: The Path to a Cleaner, More Equal Future Infographic: The Surprising Ways You Consume Oil Every Day How Far Can We Get Without Flying? Without Fossil Fuels, a New Population Puzzle Retrofitting Suburbia: Communities Innovate Their Way Out of Sprawl When I Dream of the Planet in Recovery No Fossil Fuel? No Problem—7 Ways We’re Already Living More Locally Solutions We Love 5 Prisons Improving Life on the Inside The Radical Work of Healing: Fania and Angela Davis on a New Kind of Civil Rights Activism Proud of Our Pidgin: The Newest Language in the U.S. Census In Defense of Netflix and Chill: 130 Hours a Year Not Watching Ads Culture Shift Why Does Being a Man Require So Many Masks? The Untold History of Female Friendship Eat to Boost Immunity: 6 Things You Need and Where to Find Them The Role of an Activist Attorney in the #BlackLivesMatter Movement Why you can trust us By Peter Kalmus < 1 MIN READ Feb 24, 2016 Peter Kalmus is a climate scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory at CalTech (speaking on his own behalf) and a contributing editor for YES! Magazine.