Posted by steve on April 26, 2009
From now on, energy constraints are going to upset most business plans and probably make the world hunger problem worse, as a lot of fuel is needed for modern agriculture.
Even though estimates of remaining oil vary, they all mean the same thing: we are on the other side of the slope. Never again will we see the current levels of oil production per capita.
What will this mean for our way of life? For the economy? It is an opportunity to rethink money and to innovate. What could this look like? Sign up for updated by e-mail or come back.
In the meantime, the world fossil fuel output per capita is discussed at length on the Oil Drum.
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