25 Jun '12, 7am
Quick summary of my main personal take-home messages from ASPO 2012
Quick summary of my main personal take-home messages from ASPO 2012 Posted by Luis de Sousa on June 25, 2012 - 3:50am Topic: Geology/Exploration Tags: aspo 10 [list all tags ] This is guest post by Christian Kerschner . Christian is a PhD Candidate of the Institute for Environment and Technology (ICTA) at the Autonomous University of Barcelona and a Researcher at SERI Vienna. In his PhD he focuses on a Multimethod-analysis of Peak Oil, mainly using Input Output Approaches. Moreover he published scientific articles on the steady state economy and degrowth. His latest work centres around attitudes towards technology. ASPO is a no-budget loose association of people interested in studying Peak Oil. It was formed in 2002 (10th anniversary this year) by Colin Campbell and Kjell Aleklett, both petroleum geologists. The term Peak Oil (which often creates confusion - I don't know h...