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Dr. Helen Caldicott

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Nobel Peace Prize-nominated pediatrician Helen Caldicott, M.D. is the host of If You Love This Planet. For over 35 years, Dr. Caldicott has helped galvanize awareness of the risks of nuclear technology and global environmental collapse.
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ASPO's Stuart McCarthy on peak oil hitting the Australian mainstream

15 Sep 2007 |
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Stuart McCarthy of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas talks to GPM's Andi Hazelwood about Queensland's new leadership, Andrew McNamara's recent appointment to Minister for Sustainability, Climate Change and Innovation, McNamara's "Queensland's Vulnerability to Rising Oil Prices" report three years in the making and today's coverage of this landmark report in Queensland's Courier-Mail newspaper.

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Richard Heinberg's Museletter #185: Peak Everything

03 Sep 2007
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This book is not an introduction to the subject of Peak Oil; several existing volumes serve that function (including my own The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies). Instead it addresses the social and historical context in which the event is occurring, and explores how we can reorganize our thinking and action in several critical areas in order to better navigate this perilous time.

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Reality Report: Bart Anderson and the lastest news from Energy Bulletin

10 Aug 2007 |
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Bart Anderson of Energy Bulletin recaps recent news related to resource depletion, climate change and more.

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Richard Bell: House Hearing Puts the Heat on Climate Stagnators

22 Apr 2007
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The new House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming held its first offical hearing with witnesses from the Sierra Club to the former head of the CIA. Several Republican members of the committee were still dragging their heels, but the witnesses agreed across the board that global warming was real, that human activities were worsening global warming, and that the peoples of the world face a crisis that requires urgent and drastic actions.

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Prof. Keith Barnham on solar and nuclear

25 Aug 2006 |
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Keith Barnham is a professor of physics at Imperial College London. In this interview with GPM correspondent Richard Scrase, Barnham comments on the recent UK government energy review. He makes the link between the UK military demand for nuclear material and the governments decision to go for the nuclear option. Barnham also explains how solar energy can provide the UK with much of its energy, if we follow the lead of Germany, Japan and many other countries.
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Seymour Hersh on Radio New Zealand's "Nine to Noon"

12 Apr 2006 |
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Iran: Seymour Hersh, Pulitzer Prize winning reporter from the New Yorker, talks about the nuclear threat on both sides.
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McNamara & Lowe at the Power to Change Sustainable Energy Expo

08 Apr 2006 |
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100km north of Brisbane in Queensland, Australia, The University of the Sunshine Coast this weekend hosted the Power To Change Sustainable Energy Expo. Presented by the Sunshine Coast Environment Council, the expo examined why it is imperative that we move towards sustainability and displayed practical ways for individuals, communities and governments to do so.
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Peak Moment: Womens Response to Peak Oil

27 Mar 2006 | |
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Loretta and Karen O'Brien explore womens' emotional responses; concerns for children, family and health; nurturing activities like food-growing and building social networks in community. Episode 11.
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Tom Adams of Energy Probe on Nuclear Power

18 Jan 2006 |
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Tom Adams, executive director of Energy Probe, talks to GPM's David Room about the folly of nuclear power. Energy Probe is a charitable organization that promotes resource conservation, environmental sustainability, democratic decision-making processes, and economic efficiency for Canada's energy sectors.