Monbiot, George
December 2008
Rachel's Democracy & Health News;12/18/2008, Issue 990, p3
The author reflects on the lack of emphasis by the government of Great Britain on the assessment of the state of global oil supplies and their possibility to deplete one day. He comments on the support by International Energy Agency (IEA) to the government's view that global oil resources are adequate for the forseeable future. The author states the new projections from the International Energy Agency show decline rates in the world's 800 largest oilfields.


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