Resource Depletion

BBC

Sustainable Business on the BBC

25 Mar 2006 |
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Global Business on BBC radio features Ray Anderson, director of a large carpet manufacturer attempting to reach zero footprint business.
Richard Douthwaite

Richard Douthwaite of FEASTA

15 Feb 2006 |
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Richard Douthwaite, economist, author, and founder of the Foundation for the Economics of Sustainability (FEASTA) talks to David Room about his organization and The Ireland and Europe Alternatives to Neoliberalism Conference.
Miguel Altieri

Miguel Altieri on industrial agriculture and agroecology

10 Sep 2004 |
View all related to Climate Change | Food | Food Security | GMO | Local Culture | Local Food | Resource Depletion | Sustainable Growing
Miguel Altieri, Professor, Division of Insect Biology at Berkeley University and leader of the Agroecology Project talks to GPM about many different aspects of agriculture and food security: the green revolutions, land reform, biotechnology, agroecology and much more.
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Environmental Activist Tim Ream talks to DavidSheen.com

10 Dec 2005 |
View all related to Climate Change | Habitat Destruction | Resource Depletion | Species Extinction
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.
BBC

BBC Radio's "Farming Today" on energy depletion, alternative fuels and food security

06 Jan 2006 |
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BBC Radio's daily "Farming Today" report on Friday 6th January 2006 begins with, There are seven and a half million people in the greater London area. They all need feeding. But what would happen if the oil ran out?"
Oil Pump

Catalyst: Real Oil Crisis

11 Nov 2005
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What would happen if the world were to start running out of oil? Conventional wisdom says we’ve got 30 years, but there’s a growing fear amongst petroleum experts it’s happening much sooner than we thought – that we are hitting the beginning of the end of oil now. So how soon will the oil run out, and can we stop our economy collapsing when it does? How prepared are we for the real oil crisis?
Matt Simmons Head

Robertson Program Seminar Series: Energy in Transition 5

11 Nov 2005
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HOW DO WE DIG OUT OF OUR ENERGY HOLE? It took about fifty years for America to dig ourselves into the energy hole we are now in. Mr. Simmons will detail the history of these many mistakes, explain the magnitude and consequences of being in such a deep hole and set out the many steps needed to begin digging ourselves out.
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ASPO USA Denver World Oil Conference Highlights, Day 2

11 Nov 2005 |
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View all related to Roscoe Bartlett | Roger Bezdek
Highlights from Day 2 of the Denver World Oil Conference, sponsored by ASPO-USA, November 10 & 11 in Denver Colorado.
Oil Pump

What would happen if oil began to run out?

18 Aug 2005
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How much oil did you use today? If you shopped, drove, used plastics, or anything made of rubber, you probably used more than you realize. Now consider what would happen if oil began to run out.
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ASPO USA Denver World Oil Conference Highlights, Day 1

10 Nov 2005 |
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View all related to Matt Simmons | Chris Skrebowski | Albert A. Bartlett | Randy Udall
Highlights from Day 1 of the Denver World Oil Conference, sponsored by ASPO-USA, November 10 & 11 in Denver Colorado.