Just a very quick note to let readers know that Graham Palmer’s and my new book Energy Storage and Civilization: A Systems Approach, which I announced in September last year, has just been published in ebook format. All details available on the Springer website, including previews for each chapter, via this link.
The hardcover edition will follow shortly, with release date currently 28 February.
The Rescope Project is formally launching Carbon Civilisation and the Energy Descent Future at the 2019 Sustainable Living Festival in Melbourne next week.
When: Friday 8 February, 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Where: Off the Grid, Birrarung Marr (between the Yarra River and Federation Square)
Entry is free
Sam and I will be joined by Dr Sangeetha Chandra-Shekeran, Deputy Director of University of Melbourne’s Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute.
Sam and I will briefly introduce the book’s key themes, with Sangeetha providing context based on insights from her own research. Sangeetha will then moderate a conversation drawing on comments and questions from the audience.
We’re very much looking forward to lively, though-provoking and engaged audience contributions along the lines of past Rescope Project events, and aim to squeeze as much opportunity for this as we can from the time available.
Copies of the book will be available for purchase after the event for $25.00.
If you’re in Melbourne, we’d be delighted to have you with us, and if you can, please help us spread the word.
Full details are available via the SLF program at http://www.slf.org.au/event/carbon-civilisation/.