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- The Institute of World Politics, Washington DC
You are cordially invited to a book lecture for
Twilight of Abundance:
Why Life in the 21st Century will be Nasty, Brutish, and Short
Research Fellow, The Institute of World Politics
Thursday, April 3
Reception 4:00 PM
Lecture 4:30 PM
The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, DC 20036
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About the book
Baby boomers enjoyed the most benign period in human history: fifty years of relative peace, cheap energy, plentiful grain supply, and a warming climate due to the highest solar activity for 8,000 years. The party is over-prepare for the twilight of abundance. Please click here to read the book's foreword.
About the author
David Archibald is a Perth-based scientist working in the fields of oil exploration, medical research, climate science, and energy. A true polymath, his achievements include pioneering the study of how climate change is linked to the solar cycle. Through his work both in oil exploration, and as a stockbroker in Sydney, he has developed an intricate understanding of how climate, energy, and the economy interact. Mr. Archibald uses this knowledge to make predictions about how the forces already in motion in the global economy and climate will affect the future prosperity and security of the world. He is the 2008 winner of the Iowahawk Earth Week Cruise-In. Please click here for Mr. Archibald's full bio.
The Institute of World Politics is a graduate school of national security and international affairs, dedicated to developing leaders with a sound understanding of international realities and the ethical conduct of statecraft, based on knowledge and appreciation of the founding principles of the American political economy and the Western moral tradition.
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