The Long Descent
A rational look at our future beyond petroleum. The author is a Petroleum Engineer and energy economist. The blog subscribes to the view hydrocarbon is inseparable to the way we live our lives, that depletion of new sources of cheap oil is outstripping their replacement, and that we face unprecedented levels of physical, economic, political and social disruption and must change, by choice or compulsion, our entire living arrangement. Takes a look at economic, political and social issues to help support an informed outlook on how to respond.
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