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28th Oct 08, Launceston, Energy Beyond Oil

Transition North Cornwall presents


A talk and presentation by author and energy expert Paul Mobbs

7.00 - 9.00pm
Tuesday 28 October 2008
The Town Hall, Launceston, Cornwall, PL15 7AR

£3.00 voluntary donation

This talk will explain the causes and consequences of the urgent energy crisis we are all facing now and in the coming years and to answer questions such as:

Why is fuel, energy and food so expensive?
How much energy will have available in the future?
How will we heat our houses and how will we travel?
When will it all happen and how will it affect you & me?
What can we do about it, individually and as local communities?

Paul Mobbs is an independent consultant, excellent and entertaining speaker, researcher and writer on energy, environment and low impact technology. 'Energy Beyond Oil' is a very good guide to the issues of energy consumption in the UK, climate change, peak oil and resource depletion, based on Paul's book of the same name. Paul will outline the scale and complexity of the problems we face, globally as well as within our local communities, as the human species reaches the limits of the Earth's environmental capacity. He will also outline some of the possible actions that you can take to protect yourself and your family from the approaching crisis.

There will be time for discussion/ questions and answer session.

Don’t miss this rare opportunity. It may change your life!

For more information email: or phone 01840 230 548