YOU ARE HERE: The Oil Journey Presentation
YOU ARE HERE: THE OIL JOURNEY
Thanks to your support, we have just completed "You Are Here: The Oil Journey." This is a customizable presentation *you* can use to tell your own journey and to invite new people to join the larger conversation. This animated slide show delivers PCI's core message honestly, but in a compassionate way that...well, just watch it and see for yourself.
The recording presented above features the mellifluous voice of the legendary actor, author, screenwriter and narrator Peter Coyote. The video is intended as a model upon which you can base your own real-world presentations of the Oil Journey deck. Please feel free to share it with your friends and peers.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO PRESENT THE OIL JOURNEY IN YOUR COMMUNITY?
We'd love you to join our team of presenters. Contact us and we'll email you information about our coming Presenter Trainings.
WOULD YOU LIKE TO SUPPORT THIS PRESENTATION & PCI?
We'd love to have your support. In fact, we depend upon it. Donate now and we'll keep products like these coming!
This presentation was made possible through the contributions of PCI's generous supporters (thank you!) who contributed to our IndieGoGo campaign.
Like all of our work, the making of YOU ARE HERE: The Oil Journey, was a truly collaborative process. We particularly want to thank the team at Ranch7 Creative who worked creatively and painstakingly to make the presentation look stunning. Deep appreciation also goes to Peter Coyote, who generously offered his time and voice to do the narration (and thank you Bill B. for the introduction!).
Ultimately, this presentation is about the hundreds of folks out there who will personalize this story and share it with their own community.
Written by Post Carbon Institute Senior Fellow Richard Heinberg. Narrated by Peter Coyote. Presentation Graphics by Ranch7 Creative. Audio editing by Screaming Lizard Productions. Audio recording at Command Productions.
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