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Population Growth and Rising Consumption Whats Sustainable 2009 :: The Progressive Torrents Community
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We face many serious problems today including excess debt and
worldwide economic depression, peak oil, nearing peak coal and
minerals, climate change, soil and fresh water depletion, collapsing
fish stocks, and species extinction. All of these are symptoms of a
larger unifying predicament, namely that the human species is in
serious overshoot.

If you are seeking a deeper understanding of our predicament I highly
recommend this October 2009 seminar by the Population Institute titled
"Population Growth and Rising Consumption: Whats Sustainable?".

I found these talks very helpful for building an integrated
understanding of what is going on.

The talks include:
Population and the Environment: Whats Sustainable? (William R.
Catton, Jr.)
A Pivotal Moment: Population, Justice and the Environmental Challenge
(Laurie Mazur)
Economics and Limits to Growth: Whats Sustainable (Dennis Meadows)
Peak Economy (Richard Heinberg)
Managing without Growth: Slower by Design, not Disaster (Peter A.
Victor)

Each talk consists of a ppt/pdf presentation and a video. When viewing
the talks you should open one window with the video and another window
with the presentation.

I have only included the ppt/pdf presentations in this torrent. You
can get the videos quickly without any need to share from here:
[51]http://www.populationinstitute.org/external/podcasts/itunes.xml

If you prefer to also get the ppt/pdf presentations without using this
torrent you can get them here:
[52]http://populationinstitute.org/newsroom/events/view/5

I posted this simply to bring your attention to an excellent seminar.
I will not be offended if everyone gets the talks from the above links
and no one downloads this torrent.


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