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Julian Darley

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Julian Darley is the co-founder, with Celine Rich, of Global Public Media and its parent organization Post Carbon Institute. He was Global Public Media's chief correspondent, and President of Post Carbon Institute from 2003 to 2008.
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Hazel Henderson

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author, independent futurist, economic advisor
David Pursell

David Pursell

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energy financial analyst (Houston, Texas)
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Colin Campbell

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Colin J. Campbell is the founder of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil & Gas (ASPO), and is a Patron of the Oil Depletion Analysis Centre (ODAC), a charitable organization in London that is dedicated to researching the date and impact of the peak and decline of world oil production, and raising awareness of the consequences.
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Kéllia Ramares

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Kéllia, along with Bonnie Faulkner, is co-founder of the KPFA public affairs show Guns and Butter, where her involvment in the Peak Oil story began in 2001. She also produced a 5-part series called "The End of the Age of Oil" for the Internet in 2002.
Julian Darley

Julian Darley speaks with Sue Supriano

10 Mar 2003
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The main thing that the Post Carbon Institute talks about is responses, when one starts to talk about that the first thing to say, and the middle thing, and the last thing to say is to use much less, and we mean much, much less, we don’t mean 5% we mean 50%, 60%, 80%, 90% reductions in the amount of energy and materials throughput, and we are very well aware of the fact that this is an enormous thing to say. It is being increasingly backed up in energy terms, by what climate scientists are saying, this kind of 60-90% cut is what we more and more hear, and we can see from the devastation that we are doing to the biosphere, and to the environment with all the wastes and the toxins which have nowhere to go. We should also be trying to reduce material throughputs.
Paul Ehrlich

Paul Ehrlich and Julian Darley on KPFA's Morning Show

10 Mar 2003 |
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The basic thesis of the book is that the scientific community knows very well that we are overstressing the life-support systems of the planet, which has been stated many times by many distinguished groups. One of the main things we’re doing, of course, is trying desperately to maintain supplies of fossil fuels and keep burning them, even though we shouldn’t be, because of what we’re doing to the climate of the planet. That’s why we’re in Iraq, and that’s the only reason we’re in Iraq. And the reason we keep doing it is, there’s a very bad maldistribution of power in our society that permits certain groups to just keep going, even though we’re destroying the life-support systems that our children and grandchildren are desperately going to need.
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CBC reports on Coal Bed Methane in Alberta

15 Feb 2006
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Alberta is looking for coal bed methane to extend natural gas
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BBC's Adam Porter reports on ASPO 2004

26 May 2004
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Adam Porter on the 2004 ASPO conference in Berlin
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Colin Campbell speaks with Julian Darley about the Rimini Protocol after ASPO 2004

26 May 2004 | |
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ASPO 2004, the Rimini Protocol, Shell and Saudi Arabia, and Iraq