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Live webchat with Kurt Cobb and Christine Patton (Peak Oil Hausfrau)

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More about Christine:
Christine Patton is a former risk and process management consultant; and currently Co-chairs the Transition Oklahoma City (OKC) core team. Her blog is called Peak Oil Hausfrau. Christine's writings have been appearing on EB since 2009 when she wrote a fictional 3 part series A Day in the Life. Christine's sense of humor helps keep us editors sane!
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More about Kurt:
Kurt Cobb is an author and columnist who's writings have been a key feature of EB since 2005. He is a founding member of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil and Gas—USA, and he serves on the board of the Arthur Morgan Institute for Community Solutions. His blog is called Resource Insights. In 2010 Kurt published a fictional peak oil thriller called Prelude.
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• Reviews of Prelude: Frank Kaminski, Anna Kovattana, Sharon Astyk.

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