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Mason Inman
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freelance journalist, focusing on climate and energy; my site: FailingGracefully.com
freelance journalist, focusing on climate and energy; my site: FailingGracefully.com

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My book—five years in the making—is now scheduled for publication: April 11, 2016.

For more info, see my site: http://www.oracleofoil.com
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Jeremy Leggett does excellent work! Hope his latest projects succeeds.
Humankind seems to be dividing itself into two main groups: those who think everything is well in the best of worlds and will remain so for ever and ever and those who can't wait to die of starvation in the cold just for the sake of having been right all along. But some of us are fighting and doing something to solve the problem. Jeremy Leggett is one and we all can help with this project. Give a look to it: we still have hope

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-big-boost-climate-project/x/471270

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I have a big infographic piece in the new Scientific American about energy return on investment (EROI), a crucial measure for comparing which energy sources would be best to pursue:
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=how-to-measure-true-cost-fossil-fuels

Unfortunately it's for subscribers only... but there is a freely available Q&A on the implications—especially on limits to growth:
http://www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=eroi-charles-hall-will-fossil-fuels-maintain-economic-growth

Also, I'm working on a book—the first biography of peak oil pioneer M. King Hubbert. For more on that, and to sign up for updates about the book, check out:
http://oracleofoil.com

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My latest Climate Post—including the new Nature paper that says peak oil is here.

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Here's my latest Climate Post.

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