Presentations/Demonstrations, peak oil — by Anthea Hudson August 3, 2012
Richard Heinberg, one of the world’s foremost peak oil educators, is finally making a much anticipated speaking tour of Australia in September this year (2012). See the speaking schedule further down this post to find a location near you.
This video introduces you to Heinberg’s concepts, as he discusses The End of Growth.
Heinberg has been honoured with the M. King Hubbert Award for Excellence in Energy Education (2006) and has appeared in several documentaries, most recently Earth 2100, ABC (US) 2009. He has also been interviewed many times, including several times by Peak Moment TV.
My article here includes the episode ‘Suburban Permaculture with Janet Barocco and Richard Heinberg’ , which gives an insight into the man and many of his ideas, as well as some photos from his garden and a round-up of the episode. Well worth watching to see how he not only talks the talk, but walks the walk!
Richard Heinberg Australian Speaking Schedule
Brisbane -- Friday 14th September, 6.00 pm, Abel Smith Lecture Theatre, University of Queensland
Contact: Jane O’Sullivan — J.OSullivan (at) uq.edu.au
- Sunshine Coast — Saturday 15th September, 5.30 pm, Big Pineapple, Woombye
Contact: David Robertson – deltakilo (at) iprimus.com.au
- Sydney — Tuesday 18th, September, 6.30pm, Guthrie Theatre, University of Technology Sydney
Contact: Kris Spike — nsw (at) population.org.au
- Canberra — Friday 21st, September, 7.00pm, Manning Clark Theatre 2, ANU
Contact: Jenny Goldie — jenny.goldie (at) optusnet.com.au
- Melbourne — Saturday 22nd, 7.00pm, Wheeler Centre, 176 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Contact: Vivienne Ortega — ortega707 (at) aanet.com.au
- Adelaide — Tuesday 25th, September, at 7.00pm, Barbara Hanrahan Bldg, UniSA West Campus
Contact: John Coulter — jrpfc (at) bigpond.com
- Perth — Thursday 27th, September, 6.00pm, Westfarmers Lecture Theatre, UWA Business School, Hackett Drive, Crawley
Contact: Peter Strachan — pstrach (at) iinet.net.au
- Sydney — Saturday 29th, September, 2.00pm, Sydney Opera House, Festival of Dangerous Ideas
Contact: Kris Spike nsw (at) population.org.au
These events are being made affordable for all to be able to hear Heinberg’s important message. In fact, some are free, while others simply ask for a gold coin donation or other small fee. Check with your local contact for specific cost and booking requirements for your local event.
Heinberg’s speaking tour is sponsored by Sustainable Population Australia Inc. If you would like to help support this event you can make a tax deductible donation through their website: www.population.org.auComments (2)