How will we live as oil declines - and the price keeps going up?
In our previous program, we ran the first hour of a speech by James Howard Kunstler, given as the first visiting scholar to the Urban Studies Program at Simon Fraser University, in Canada.
Today, we present the conclusion of the speech followed by a moving question and answer period, uncut. The audience reacts with admiration, animosity, and tough questions for author Kunstler.
Hear what your neighbors think, their worries, suggestions - and the brilliant wit of Kunstler as he fields all questions.
Recorded 080124 by Ecoshock.
This is the Ecoshock Show for 080208 1 hour CD Quality 56 MB was podcast, (or listen by clicking the title above) but you can also get the Lo-Fi 14 MB mono version if downloading by telephone.
Production Notes: 30 second music bed for station ID at 31:25 Also: Clip from David Rovecs song "End of the Age of Oil"
Friday, February 8, 2008
End of the Age of Oil - Kunstler - Part 2
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Labels: alternatives, cars, cities, energy, environment, kunstler, oil, peak oil, railways, suburbia, transportation
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