How will we react to the upcoming energy era?
If we consider that a barrel of oil contains the same energy as 4.5 years of human muscle labor, our future access to energy will define what we can and can’t do as individuals, nations, and as a global human culture.
During this lecture, Nate Hagens will discuss how the way we react to the coming era of harder to extract and more costly fossil fuels will be combined with newer, cleaner but more stochastic energy types will influence all of our lives.
This keynote lecture will be followed by the screening of the documentary Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine.
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Nate Hagens is a Professor at the University of Minnesota teaching a class called "Reality 101 - A Survey of the Human Predicament". Nate is a public intellectual who writes and speaks on the synthesis of human behavior, energy, economics, environment and issues related to human futures. 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. 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.
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