Peak Oil for Policy Makers
What's the future of oil? What does it mean for policymakers?
Despite the recent drop in oil prices, fossil fuel depletion remains a very real and imminent threat to the global economy. Peak Oil for Policymakers, a collection of videos filmed during the oil crunch of 2008, explores this threat and what it means for local, state, and national policymakers.
Video: Peak Oil for Policymakers
An executive summary of the peak oil problem and its implications for the global and national economies. By world-renowned peak oil author and lecturer Richard Heinberg and Post Carbon Institute founder Julian Darley.
Video: Post Carbon Cities
Explores what peak oil means for leaders at the local level and how cities in the U.S. and elsewhere are already responding. By Daniel Lerch, author of Post Carbon Cities: Planning for Energy and Climate Uncertainty, the first major guidebook on peak oil for local government officials and staff.
Video: Scenarios Planning for Government
An insider's look at spurring government action on peak oil. Connecticut State Representative Terry Backer describes to peak oil activists how he helped establish a state task force on energy scarcity.