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Peak Moment 155: Peak Oil: Adapting for Big Changes Ahead



With a long-time eye to declining energy resources, Bart Anderson envisions a very different society in five years. The former editor of Energy Bulletin.net offers advice for post-oil living: Understand the problem. Prepare psychologically for big shifts and the unexpected. Find your niche and get good at it. See what your great grandparents did as a model for living well within limits. "Live poor and learn to do it well" as Bart did as a graduate student. Things will be very different, he said, but we'll make it through.

You can download the audio for this episode here from blip.tv.

Editorial Notes: EB proudly presents Peak Moment Television presenting our own Bart Anderson! -KS

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