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Daniel Bednarz on "The Party's Over: Going Local"

27 Feb 2006 |
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Dr. Daniel Bednarz talks about the U.S. Public Health system and how might it change,for better or worse, following Peak Oil. Jason Bradford hosts "The Party's Over: Going Local" on KZYX in Mendocino County, CA.
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Richard Register & Kirstin Miller on "The Party's Over: Going Local"

13 Mar 2006 |
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Richard Register and Kirstin Miller of EcoCity Builders explore ways for Mendocino County to prepare for Peak Oil and Global Warming, asking what would our cities look like, and what can city and county planners do to help us get there? Jason Bradford hosts "The Party's Over: Going Local" on KZYX in Mendocino County, CA.
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Eric Brende on "The Party's Over: Going Local"

31 Jan 2006 |
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Eric Brende was an MIT graduate student who questioned the value of too much technology. So for his thesis work he spent 18 months in aretro-Amish-Mennonite community in America's heartland. Can a suburban kid learn how to farm and get along with the neighbors?
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Brian Czech talks to Jason Bradford

19 Dec 2005 |
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Jason Bradford, host of "The Party's Over" on KZYX-FM in Mendocino, CA, talks to Brian Czech, President of the Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy and author of "Shoveling Fuel for a Runaway Train."
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WELL meets TheOilDrum

05 Dec 2005 |
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Jason Bradford of Willits Economic LocaLization interviews Stuart Staniford of theoildrum.com. Staurt relates how he discovered Peak Oil and became involved in theoildrum, and gives an overview of recent news and analyses. The discussion includes topics such as economic growth, climate change, social change and mass psychology, and urban versus rural impacts from economic crises.
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Jason Bradford spurs community based response to Peak Oil

28 Jul 2004 |
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I don’t want an operation done by candle light—it can be done—so if we don’t want to go that route, then we’ve got to plan and do it quickly because as oil declines it’s sort of a triage decision--what do you use that oil for? (Or the natural gas in North America is just as desperate). Do you use it to grow your food, use it to transport your food, use it to heat your home, you use it to make solar panels - they become tradeoffs. Now we have a lot of slack in our system now - we’re incredibly inefficient --so that may buy us some time in becoming more efficient.