YOUNGQUIST W. (1997): GeoDestinies: The inevitable control of Earth resources over nations and individuals

YOUNGQUIST W. (1997): GeoDestinies: The inevitable control of Earth resources over nations and individuals

The Earth’s mineral riches are distributed unevenly over the globe, and this has tremendous effects on the human condition. Different regions have achieved great power and affluence with the development of resources, from water and fertile soil to oil and high-tech metals. What will happen to these economies as the resources are depleted?

This unique volume presents and analyzes essential data on energy and mineral resources and population issues of concern to sociologists, geologists, ecologists, economists, policymakers, futurists, and political scientists.


Genero: Libros
Subjects: 1997, english, geología, geopolítica, minerales, National Book Company, población, política, previsiones, recursos naturales

YOUNGQUIST, WALTER (1999): The Post-Petroleum Paradigm — and Population

Population and Environment: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, Vol. 20, N. 4 (marzo 1999): copia disponible en http://www.dieoff.org/page171.htm

Traducción al italiano: http://www.oilcrash.com/italia/petrolm.htm


Genero: Artículos
Subjects: 1999, agricultura, colapso de la población, diagnóstico, energía, energías renovables, english, etanol, gas natural, Human Sciences Press, límites de la ciencia, límites de la tecnología, medio ambiente, mitos, peak oil, población, población pospetróleo, prosperidad, superpoblación
GRANT, LINDSEY (2005): The Collapsing Bubble: Growth And Fossil Energy

GRANT, LINDSEY (2005): The Collapsing Bubble: Growth And Fossil Energy

Contending that the energy debate should not be framed as “What energy sources will be available to replace fossil fuels?” but rather as “What population can be supported at a decent standard by the energy sources that will be available after the transition from fossil fuels?” Grant argues that we can create a more harmonious balance with the rest of the biosphere—but at much lower population levels with less consumptive habits.

Lindsey Grant is a retired Foreign Service Officer; he was a China specialist and served as Director of the Office of Asian Communist Affairs, National Security Council staff member, and Department of State policy Planning staff member. As Deputy Secretary of State for Environmental and Population Affairs, he was Department of State coordinator for the Global 2000 Report to the President, Chairman of the interagency committee on Int’l Environmental Committee and US member of the UN ECE Committee of Experts on the Environment. His books include: Too Many People, Juggernaut, The Horseman and the Bureaucrat, Elephants in Volkswagen, How Many Americans?


Genero: Libros
Subjects: 2005, colapso, colapso de la población, decrecimiento, diagnóstico, eeuu, english, fin del crecimiento, peak oil, población, propuestas, Seven Locks Press, transición pospetróleo