Episode 14 - Climate Change, Economic Growth, Population Growth and Peak Oil

January 28, 2016
I have been thinking about the interrelations between Climate Change, the economy, population and Peak Oil.  I came up with this key statement:  Since 1965, the year of Peak Discovery of Petroleum, ever single barrel of oil produced costs more than the barrel before it.  In this episode of The Rick Lakin Podcast, I predict the ramifications of that statement.
In the podcast, I refer to an article that I wrote called The San Diego Sea Wall Project. 
I refer to this website called The Surging Seas which illustrates the geographical devastation of Sea Level Rise.
An important resource is Albert Bartlett. Click on the link.
Cover Image: A polar bear in the Hudson Bay. Photo Credit Alex Berger/Flickr through a Creative Commons license.

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