EcoVillage talk by Albert Bates, author of THE POST PETROLEUM SURVIVAL GUIDE AND COOKBOOK: RECIPES FOR CHANGING TIMES

Please see http://www.laecovillage.org for more details
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THE POST PETROLEUM SURVIVAL GUIDE AND COOKBOOK: RECIPES FOR CHANGING TIMES
(New Society Publishers)

A book talk and slide show with Albert Bates, founder of the Ecovillage
Training Center at The Farm in Tennessee and the Global Village Institute

at

L.A. Eco-Village, 117 Bimini Pl., LA 90004 *
$10 (self selected sliding scale okay)
Reservations please: 213/738-1254 or crsp@igc.org

Interviews and book reviews about Albert and his new book:

http://www.newsociety.com/bookid/3927

http://newsoutherner.com/dog-eared_interview.htm

http://www.aliciabaylaurel.com/postpetroleumsurvivalguide

Here’s what others are saying about Albert’s book:

This book is like a Swiss army knife. Sharp. Simple. Very practical.
Extremely useful. Full of survival tools, which you may need in the next
five minutes or five years from now. — Dr. Valentin Yemelin, climate
scientist at the United Nations Environment Programme/GRID-Arendal, Norway.

In the Post Petroleum Survival Guide and Cookbook, Albert Bates
demonstrates with great clarity and panache that if you love this
planet, you must change your life. — Dr. Helen Caldicott, pediatrician
and author of If You Love This Planet: A Plan to Heal the Earth

This really is the book we’ve been waiting for — a practical,
optimistic guide to life beyond the peak — to its ingenious,
resourceful and common-sense possibilities as well as to its inevitable
challenges.- Rob Hopkins, TransitionCulture.org

With luck, we will never need to know how to throw together an expedient
fallout shelter, but this book tells us how, and what to stock it with.
These are indeed Recipes for Changing Times — very tasty food for
thought! – John Pike, Director of GlobalSecurity.org, member of the US
Council on Foreign Relations.