Website: http://MrEnergyCzar.com This is my Peak Oil book review for the book, “Peak Everything” by Richard Heinberg. Waking up to the century of declines. I’m giving this four stars, I do like Heinberg and the way he writes. Heinberg explains very clearly the peaking of basically everything from water, fish, food, oil, coal and you name it. Population, the peaking of growth. He softly gives alternatives, where we’ll either apply them as individuals or society, or we won’t. I like the way he does that. He does that very bluntly but he’s not too critical about it. He also goes into the psychological and cultural changes that will happen as we hit a lot of these peaks in resources around the world. The main theme is that there are limits to growth and that includes the peaking of anything. This book is good for the individual and your local elected official to read. Four stars to, “Peak Everything”, another Richard Heinberg book. Highly recommended.

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