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GPM Exclusive Interview: Chris Skrebowski and more

New on Global Public Media:

1) GPM Exclusive Audio Interview: Chris Skrebowski
2) Richard Heinberg on Financial Sense Newshour
3) Julian Darley with Paul Ehrlich on KPFA

1) GPM Exclusive Audio Interview: Chris Skrebowski

Chris Skrebowski, Editor of the UK Petroleum Review, talks in depth with Julian Darley about his BBC encounter with IEA Chief Economist Fatih Birol in which Birol made a startling admission, and about Saudi Arabia's "old lamps for new" policy. Chris also talks about the real significance of the latest edition of the BP Statistical Review, the diminishing prospects of the world's largest oil projects, and about Russia as the new OPEC. In addition he explains why oil majors may soon be facing some stark re-evaluations of their real worth.

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2) Richard Heinberg on Financial Sense Newshour

Jim Puplava of Financial Sense Newshour speaks with Richard Heinberg about the perfect storm of resource depletion, financial insolvency, and population growth facing human civilization and the United States, as well as his new book Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post Carbon World.

Streaming Audio and MP3 Download available at:

3) Julian Darley and Paul Ehrlich on KPFA

KPFA's Morning Show discusses the nature and implications of the deepening energy crisis, and natural gas in particular, along with wider resource depletion issues. The featured guests are Julian Darley, author of "High Noon for Natural Gas" and Paul Ehrlich, co-author of "One with Nineveh, Politics, Consumption, and the Human Future" and many other powerful books on population and ecology. The interview is followed by some clips from The End of Suburbia.

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