Transition Penwith presents “Peak Oil: Local Solutions to a Global Challenge” with Richard Heinberg.
Richard Heinberg, a world leading authority on Peak Oil, will give a presentation on the most recent evidence regarding the global oil production peak, its likely consequences, and what we can do at the local level to address the impacts.
Friday 24th November 2006, 7.30pm
St. Johns Hall, Penzance
A limited number of subsidised places are available
Advance Booking Recommended
tel: 01736 793876
Richard Heinberg is a world-renowned expert in Peak Oil, a Research Fellow of the Post Carbon Institute, and a member of the Association for the Study of Peak Oil. He is the award-winning author of several books including The Party’s Over and Powerdown, and the soon to be published Oil Depletion Protocol, which details “proactive strategies to adapt to an energy-constrained world”.
His presentations are featured in the Peak Oil 2003 documentary The End of Suburbia. Richard lectures widely and appears regularly in the media around the world. He is constantly in demand as a public speaker and it is a great privilege to have him visit Penzance.
This event is organised by Transition Penwith, a new partnership initiative that seeks to address the transition from an oil-based culture to one based on sustainable ecological design principles. Supported by: