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Peak Moment: Yes! Building a Just, Sustainable, and Compassionate World

09 Jan 2007 | |
View all related to Climate Change | Corporatism | Democracy | Energy | Globalization | Local Culture | Local Health Care | Media and Advertising | Oil | Peak Moment Television
Yes! magazine counters mainstream media by giving us stories of people creating sustainable, just and positive futures. Executive Editor, Sarah Van Gelder discusses healthcare for all, alternatives to prisons, peak oil, living democracy, climate change, working together, and how each of us can begin creating change. Episode 42.
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Richard Bell: The Rise of “The Axis of Oil”—Big Trouble for the United States

20 Nov 2006
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Richard Bell, Communications Director for Post Carbon Institute, reports on the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources' hearing into “The Geopolitics of Oil.”
Parin Shah

Parin Shah on Urban Environmental Accords

08 Nov 2006 | |
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Parin Shah of the Urban Accords Institute talks about the 21 Urban Environmental Accords adopted by over 50 mayors from around the globe on World Environment Day 2005, and also discusses the oil independence resolutions passed by Oakland and Sweden.
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David Hughes on Canada's Oil and Natural Gas - updated with audio

25 Nov 2006 | |
View all related to Climate Change | Energy | Natural Gas | Oil | Resource Depletion
Global Public Media's Julian Darley speaks to David Hughes, Post Carbon Institute Fellow and geologist with Natural Resources Canada, about global and North American oil and natural gas supply issues.
Chris Skrebowski

An open letter to CERA from Chris Skrebowski

22 Dec 2006
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The Editor of the UK Petroleum Review responds to Peter Jackson of Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) regarding CERA's report "debunking" peak oil.
Nancy Nadel

Nancy Nadel on Oakland's Oil Independence Resolution

08 Nov 2006 | |
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Oakland City Councilmember Nancy Nadel speaks to David Room of Energy Preparedness about Oakland's new oil independence resolution, passed on 17 October 2006.
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Reality Report: Peak Oil Blues

18 Dec 2006 |
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Does talk of our energy future get you down? Our guest today on the Reality Report is clinical psychologist Kathy McMahon, otherwise known as Peak Oil Shrink. Kathy is collecting stories from people who are shocked, depressed, anxious, angry, excited, and compulsive about Peak Oil, and the ways that these people are coping, on her web site peakoilblues.com.
Ron Cooke and Mia

The Cultural Economist's Report on Oil Depletion

04 Dec 2006
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Of all the issues we confront in the 21st Century, resource depletion promises to have the greatest impact on our economic and cultural destiny. And of our dwindling resources, none will have a greater impact on our future than the decline of oil and natural gas production. Ronald R. Cooke's Report On Oil Depletion is now available as a free document at http://www.oildepletion.blogspot.com.
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Nate Hagens on "The Reality Report"

20 Nov 2006 |
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Former Wall Street researcher and investments manager Nate Hagens discusses the recent Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas USA conference in Boston, Mass.
Julian Darley

Julian Darley on Deconstructing Dinner

26 Oct 2006 |
View all related to Climate Change | Deconstructing Dinner | Food Security | Globalization | Local Food | Oil
Global Public Media's Julian Darley spoke in Vancouver in February 2006, and the Vancouver-based Necessary Voices Society was on hand to record his presentation. In October, Deconstructing Dinner featured his presentation in a program about the relationship between food and fossil fuels.