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Environmental Activist Tim Ream talks to DavidSheen.com

10 Dec 2005 |
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Environmental activist Tim Ream talks to DavidSheen.com about forest activism, why he does it, and how it has changed over the past 10 years.
Richard Heinberg & oil

Richard Heinberg on Steppin' Out of Babylon

14 Mar 2005 |
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Analyzing the geopolitical issues of who controls the remaining oil as well as the probable wars and political control which we see already occuring
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Richard Heinberg on Powerdown

06 Nov 2004 |
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A video synopsis of Richard Heinberg's latest book Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World
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Barry Bonds is in Space

06 Nov 2004
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How can economists (actually a particular, now dominant, brand of economics called neoclassical) be so misguided? I am not sure, but propose that the shortcomings of neoclassical economics result from (1) academic specialization, (2) personal isolation from nature, and (3) political expediency. Professors in different departments rarely talk to each other anymore as each discipline has become more complex, so cross-disciplinary fertilization and reality checking may not happen.
Ron Cooke and Mia

Energy-Intensive Development in Martis Valley is Absurd

14 Nov 2004
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It is incumbent on planners to give careful consideration to long term questions: What will these people use for heat? How will they cook their food? Are there adequate resources for diesel and gasoline fuels? If there are petroleum shortages, will they be able to use wood and coal for heat?
Dennis Meadows

Dennis Meadows speaks with Jim Puplava of FSN

31 Dec 2004 |
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Dennis Meadows, member of The Club of Rome and co-author of Limits to Growth, discusses the 30 year update with Jim Puplava of Financial Sense.
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Dennis Meadows

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Co-author of The Limits to Growth
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Richard Heinberg

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Richard Heinberg is widely regarded as one of the world's foremost Peak Oil educators, having delivered hundreds of lectures on oil depletion to a wide variety of audiences around the world. He is the award-winning author of eight books including:
The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies; Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World;

Paul Ehrlich

Paul Ehrlich

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co-author of "One with Nineveh, Politics, Consumption, and the Human Future", biologist and Stanford Professor of Population Studies
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William Rees

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William Rees is a Professor in the School of Community and Regional Planning at the University of British Columbia (UBC). His teaching and research emphasize the public policy and planning implications of global environmental trends and the necessary ecological conditions for sustaining socioeconomic activity.