▶ Nate Hagens | “An Invitation to Participate in the Future” Peacestock 2015

This video has a lot of good information about climate change and the question/answer session at the end is very interesting.

PRO   July 11, 2015

Nate is a well-known speaker on the big picture issues facing human society. Until recently he was lead editor of The Oil Drum, one of the most popular and highly-respected websites for analysis and discussion of global energy supplies and the future implications of energy decline. Nate is currently on the Boards of Post Carbon Institute, Bottleneck Foundation, IIER and Institute for the Study of Energy and the Future.

Nate addresses the opportunities and constraints we face after the coming end of economic growth. He addresses the evolutionarily-derived underpinnings to status, addiction, and our aversion to acting about the future and offers suggestions on how individuals and society might better adapt to what’s ahead.

Nate has appeared on PBS, BBC, ABC and NPR and has lectured around the world. He holds a Masters Degree in Finance from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont. Previously Nate was President of Sanctuary Asset Management and a Vice President at the investment firms Salomon Brothers and Lehman Brothers.


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What is Peacestock?

Peacestock, formerly known as “Pigstock”, is a mixture of music, speakers, and community for peace in idylic locations near the Mississippi, just one hour’s drive from the Twin Cities of Minnesota. This year’s theme was “The War on Our Climate.”

Who organizes Peacestock?

Peacestock is sponsored by Veterans for Peace, Chapter 115, in Red Wing and Veterans for Peace, Chapter 27, in Minneapolis, and has a peace-themed agenda.

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