Item of General Interest
February 3 Update. I will be speaking at a Green Economy Workshop in Stockholm, Sweden on February 10 and 11.
I will be speaking at the International Conference of Actuaries meeting on April 4, in Washington DC.
I will be speaking at Energy Day 2030 Conference in Abu Dhabi on April 23.
I will also be speaking at the Age of Limits Conference in Washington D. C. over Memorial Day Weekend, on May 23-26 in southern Pennsylvania. Dennis Meadows will be among the speakers this year at this conference.
Tag Archives: recession
We live in a finite world. Clearly, a finite world has limits of many kinds. Yet economists and other researchers use models that assume that these limits are unimportant for the foreseeable future. They have certainly not stopped to think that … Continue reading
We know the world economic pattern we have been used to in years past–world population grows, resource usage grows (including energy resources), and debt increases. The economy grows fast enough that paying an interest rate a little higher than the … Continue reading
Does a fish know that its nose is wet? Probably not. It swims in water, and assumes that is the only way any animal lives. We live in an economic world. Economic models that were developed years ago were created … Continue reading
A question that seems to come up quite often is, “Are we going to have inflation or deflation?” People want to figure out how to invest. Because of this, they want to know whether to expect a rise in prices, … Continue reading
Update: Not long after I wrote this post, the EIA revised the oil consumption amounts by country that they had published a few days earlier. The numbers changed substantially for quite a few of the countries outside the US and Europe. … Continue reading