Category: Peak Oil

Realism needed on Carbon Capture and Storage

Sequestering say 20% of current global CO2 emissions requires an industry around 170% the size of the world oil industry. Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) may make a significant contribution to addressing climate change, but: not in the short term, to prevent atmospheric carbon concentrations above 450ppm CO2e not at the scale to be the […]

January 10 / 2012
Author itdunlop
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Peak Oil – Club Of Rome

Ian Dunlop is Deputy Convener of the Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil. Working with the Club of Rome, Ian wrote and helped produce this presentation on Peak Oil.

December 02 / 2011
Author itdunlop
Category Peak Oil, Videos
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Ian Dunlop at Amplify Festival 2011

The end is nigh! Or is it? Can the carbon tax save us, is there life after oil, what can we do as businesses and individuals to help the cause? A collection of insights from an energy expert with a 30 year career in gas and coal.

June 07 / 2011
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Economic Crises and Their Impacts

Sean Costigan (http://www.gpia.info/node/357) interviews Ian Dunlop (http://cpd.org.au/user/iandunlop) on the economic crisis and its impacts on energy and the environment.

May 28 / 2009
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Trigger For Global Sustainability

From ABC radio’s Ockham’s Razor, 27 July 2008 … http://www.abc.net.au/rn/ockhamsrazor/stories/2008/2313512.htm Ian Dunlop is Deputy Convener of the Australian Association for the Study of Peak Oil and warns that the oil supply will eventually run out and with that and the global warming issue in mind, we need to look for alternatives.

July 27 / 2008
Author itdunlop
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