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Off The Cuff: The Limits & Prospects For Human Survival

user profile picture Adam Taggart Mar 04, 2021
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In this week’s Off The Cuff I sit down with Richard Heinberg to discuss:

Power: Richard’s new book
How will humans deal with Earth’s limits to growth?
Can capitalism exist in a de-growth economy?
How solvable an issue is population growth?

In the final stages of writing his newest book, Power: Limits and Prospects for Human Survival, resource management expert Richard Heinberg joins us to share its principal conclusions.

Richard will be offering a few free chapters of the book in advance of its September launch, paired with an online discussion series. If you’re interested in participating, send an email to desiree@postcarbon.org asking to “sign me up for Power”

This was an excellent discussion, especially because Richard was game for letting me toss him a few “hot potato” semi-controversial questions about capitalism and population management.

That’s one of the benefits of Peak Prosperity’s premium content; we and our guest experts are able to talk more freely about many of these important challenges than we can in public forums. I hope you’ll enjoy the candor here.

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