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Peak Oil for Policymakers

01 Jun 2008
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View all related to Julian Darley | Richard Heinberg
Post Carbon Institute's Julian Darley and Richard Heinberg present the facts and relevance of peak oil for policymakers at all levels. What is peak oil? What's the evidence? Why don't we just drill for more? How does this relate to climate change? And what can policymakers do in the face of these daunting challenges?
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Reality Report: Daniel Lerch and Post Carbon Cities

01 Feb 2008 |
View all related to cities | city | municipalities | Oil | Peak Oil | Politics | Reality Report | Transportation | urban
View all related to Jason Bradford | Daniel Lerch

The Reality Report interviews Daniel Lerch, author of Post Carbon Cities: Planning for Energy and Climate Uncertainty, the first major local government guidebook on peak oil and global warming. The interview opens with a discussion of the responsibilities and roles of local government, where important decisions are made regarding land use, transportation, water systems, schools and emergency services. It reviews how systems thinking can be used to understand the impacts that "energy uncertainty" will have on basic government services, and covers what some local governments in the U.S. and Canada are already doing in repsonse to peak oil. With transcript.

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Peak Moment: Post Carbon Cities - Planning for Energy and Climate Uncertainty

17 Sep 2007 | |
View all related to cities | City Structure and Design | Climate Change | Energy | municipalities | Peak Moment Television | Peak Oil | postcarbon | Transportation | urban
View all related to Daniel Lerch

Smart municipalities are planning and preparing for energy vulnerability and climate change. Daniel Lerch, manager of the Post Carbon Cities project, has prepared a guidebook including case studies of cities large and small planning how to maintain essential services in the face of energy and climate uncertainty. Episode 73.