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Peak Moment: Advice to Teens and Parents: Peak Oil

15 May 2008 | |
View all related to children | education | Peak Moment Television | Peak Oil | preparedness
As a mom of two teenagers, Deborah Lindsay is deeply concerned about their future. As a peak oil educator, she paints a vivid picture of a post-petroleum world, with an emphasis on preparedness. With teens she talks about career choices and practical life skills. With parents, she focuses on safety, economic and energy contraction, and steps to begin now. In 2006 she began the daily talk radio show "Tomorrow Matters - Giving a Voice to a Better Tomorrow" to amplify her message. Episode 110.
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KunstlerCast: Children of the Burbs

17 Apr 2008 |
View all related to children | KunstlerCast | Suburbia
View all related to Duncan Crary | James Howard Kunstler
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Is raising children in suburbia a form of child abuse? What happens to developing people when public space is the berm between the Wal-Mart and the K-Mart? When school looks like a maximum security "facility"? When parents are chauffeurs? James Howard Kunstler addresses these topics and speaks of his own experiences growing up in the suburbs of Long Island and in Manhattan. Episode 10. With transcript/Con la transcripción española.
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Peak Moment: Singing Minstrels - Teaching Kids About Climate Change

27 Jul 2007 | |
View all related to children | Climate Change | education | Local Culture | music | Peak Moment Television | Peak Oil | youth

Enjoy toe-tapping tunes as environmental educators Sharon Abreu and Michael Hurwicz regale us with songs like "Penguins on Thin Ice." Their shared goal is for education to be fun and entertaining. Their catchy lyrics bid "Goodbye, Oil" and ask "How do we find the balance?" Their answer: "The economy depends on the ecology." Sing along! Episode 65.