The Party's Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies

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CLAIRVIEW BOOKS, 2005 - Petroleum industry and trade - 306 pages
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The world is about to run out of cheap oil, and this updated bestseller predicts the implications of this era, with recommendations for personal, community, national, and global actions.
 

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I´m re reading it know, focusing on the chapters on Tools and Energy trhough a system.
Really an amazing book!
a must read foe anybody who wants to understand peak oil, energy ans the post-industrial society

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This book will ruin your life. You will never feel confident or sanguine about the future again. But you must read it. Take the blue pill - or is it the red? In any case, best to wake up but it's a harsh awakening. You can never go back. Read full review

Contents

ENERGY NATURE AND SOCIETY
9
PARTY TIME THE HISTORIC INTERVAL
45
LIGHTS Our APPROACHING THE HISTORIC INTERVALS END
85
NONPETROLEUM ENERGY SOURCES
137
A BANQUET OF CONSEQUENCES
185
MANAGING THE COLLAPSE
225
AFTERWORD TO THE REVISED EDITION
263
NOTES
275
BIBLIOGRAPHY
289
INDEX
297
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
307
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Richard Heinberg is Senior Fellow at the Post Carbon Institute. He is the author of several influential books on resource depletion including Peak Everything: Waking Up to the Century Of Declines.

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