A decade of game-changing books, award-winning videos, hard-hitting reports, and trend-setting social media later, what stands out?
A lot has changed over the last ten years. On September 26, 2003 — the day that Post Carbon Institute was given its official tax-exempt status by the IRS — the Cushing WTI Spot Price for a barrel of oil was $28.21.
In 2003 two young Australians, Adam Grubb and Liam Cranley, teamed up to fill a gap in the World Wide Web: solid information on peak oil. Prompted by a suggestion from Richard Heinberg, author of The Party’s Over: Oil, War, and the Fate of Industrial Society, they imagined a website that would gather all the best information about peak oil and related topics.
Where do we go from here? That depends on what’s needed and what’s possible. If we could increase our capacity, here are just a few of the things we might do
What better way to celebrate the 10th Anniversary of this community (and Post Carbon Institute) than by sharing the favorite reads suggested by our most active and engaged community members…people just like you?
Ever wondered which articles have been accessed the most at Resilience.org and Energy Bulletin? Here’s the run down…
While in the US recently Richard and I pulled up a chair under a tree in his garden and chatted about his book The Party’s Over.
This year marks the tenth anniversary of the publication of my book The Party’s Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies, which has seen two editions and many printings, translations into eight languages