Lectures

David Holmgren

David Holmgren on permaculture and oil peak

10 Sep 2005 |
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David Holmgren is best known as the co-originator, with Bill Mollison, of the permaculture concept. In this presentation shortly after Hurricane Katrina, Holmgren discusses the history of permaculture and how it relates to peak oil.
Julian Darley

Julian Darley at the Local Solutions Conference, NYC

29 Apr 2006 |
View all related to Climate Change | Relocalization | Resource Depletion
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Julian Darley's presentation at the Local Solutions to the Energy Dilemma Conference in New York City, 29 April 2006. Darley gives an overview of Global Public Media and Post Carbon Institute, talks about the Relocalization Network and discusses upcoming projects and strategies for relocalization.
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Michael Klare's 2005 Cambridge Forum presentation

30 Mar 2005 |
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Nationally renowned expert on US petroleum policy, Michael T. Klare discusses his latest book Blood and Oil: The Dangers and Consequences of America's Growing Dependency on Imported Petroleum. Click here for other Cambridge Forum presentations.
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National Academies Workshop on oil supply, demand and peaking in production

20 Oct 2005 |
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National Academies Workshop on Trends in Oil Supply and Demand, and Potential for Peaking of Conventional Oil Production held at the AAAS Building Auditorium, Washington, D.C. October 20 - 21, 2005
Matt Simmons Head

Matt Simmons at the Miller Center of Public Affairs

30 Nov 2005 |
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Matt Simmons speaks about his newest book at the University of Virginia's Miller Center of Public Affairs.
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Stan Goff: Iraq and Exterminism

15 Nov 2005 |
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"It appears to me that the Iraqis have made up their minds that they are not going to accept foreign domination…It’s time for some escalations in the anti-war movement."
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The Impact of Groundwater Pumping On The Environment

28 Apr 2005 |
View all related to Climate Change | Water
The little known environmental catastrophe of excessive groundwater pumping is drying up rivers, lakes and streams and devastating the surrounding environs and sensitive habitats. Audio recorded and provided by the LA Sound Posse.
Kenneth Deffeyes

Deffeyes: The Peak of World Oil Production: Thanksgiving Day, 2005

01 Dec 2005 |
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Kenneth Deffeyes' December 1, 2005 Lauritsen Lecture at the California Institute of Technology, entitled The Peak of World Oil Production: Thanksgiving Day 2005".
ASPO Australia

Kjell Aleklett Launches ASPO Australia and talks about Peak Oil

21 Nov 2005 |
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Kjell Aleklett, President of The Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas, gives a Peak Oil lecture at the University of Western Australia in Perth.
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.