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A Crude Awakening: the Oil Crash [DVD]
A Crude Awakening: the Oil Crash [DVD]
Dvd ~ Basil Gelpke & Ray McCormack
Offered by best_value_entertainment
Price: £15.84

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4.0 out of 5 stars Borrowed Time - Fossil Fuels and the Future, 20 Nov. 2009
This thought provoking review of the history and current status of the oil industry and the dependency of 'developed' nations upon it is a must for anyone who is concerned about the future of human and other life on earth. It explains what is meant by the 'Oil Peak' and its implications.
It is a perfect complement to films such as 'The Age of Stupid', 'An Inconvenient Truth' and others pointing out the way that the squandering of cheap fossil fuel has contributed to unsustainable population rise, loss of biodiversity and progress towards irreversible climate change.
Presentation is hard hitting but not sensational and given by people with a lifetime's experience of the industry.

Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air
Sustainable Energy - Without the Hot Air
by David Mackay
Edition: Paperback
Price: £19.95

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5.0 out of 5 stars Every home should have one!, 8 July 2009
This book is an essential read and reference for anyone who is serious about helping the world get off fossil fuels before humanity makes the planet uninhabitable.
'If it can't be measured it can't be managed' was never truer, and Prof MacKay makes us look at the numbers about renewable energy in a simple, dispassionate and entertaining way that will grip the reader from cover to cover.
Every aspect of energy use and generation is covered including what we and other animals eat and excrete. The book generates no direct income for the author whose motivation is,I believe, a true concern for the future of all life forms on earth.
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