IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR ALL STATIONS AND TREASURED LISTENERS:
SUMMER RADIO ECOSHOCK PROGRAMS
I will be uploading 8 programs to Pacifica Audioport, and the publicly available radio4all.net this week, to cover my annual vacation. Load up, and you are set for the Summer. All available by Friday July 8.
Podcast subscribers will receive all 8 in the next three days.
Stations can also find our summer schedule, with the same programs ready for download, by Friday 8th, at our station support page: http://www.ecoshock.net
Download summer Radio Ecoshock programs this week, or as you need them, from Pacifica Audioport, radio4all.net or ecoshock.net.
Full straight-through 1 hour versions are also available at http://www.ecoshock.net starting July 9 and at http://www.ecoshock.org for all listeners.
No email contact, offline after July 9, until late August. I’m going back to the nature I always talk about on this show. New season starts August 31st. Or maybe the 24th.
Meanwhile, 4 new Radio Ecoshock shows for July. 4 re-runs for August, chosen from the most downloaded shows this past year. “Listener’s choice”.
THIS NEW SHOW FOR JULY 20TH
As all the world builds cars & roads, while burning more & more electricity – how much oil and coal is left? This is “the talk” by geoscientist David Hughes. Retired energy expert from Geological Survey of Canada, now with Association for the Study of Peak Oil (Canada) and Post Carbon Institute.
Dave’s talk on natural gas was in the Radio Ecoshock show 110518. Now we complete the big picture with his assessment on oil and coal, for North America, and the world.
We have passed peak oil, even coal is becoming harder to get. Countries lie about their reserves. How much is really left?
Find out in this speech by Dave Hughes to Transition Toronto, February 2011.