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James Howard Kunstler is the author of The Long Emergency, The Geography of Nowhere, and 12 other books, including nine novels.
com Any library strong in self-reliance and survival skills or emergency planning needs WHEN TECHNOLOGY FAILS: A MANUAL FOR SELF-RELIANCE, SUSTAINABILITY, AND SURVIVING THE LONG EMERGENCY.
The Long Emergency will be an era, not an event, and the challenge will be to see the larger trends as they unfold and to retool our habits and infrastructure, not to wait for major developments to "hit.
Krier had just read James Kunstler's The Long Emergency whose subtitle 'What's going to happen when we start running out of cheap gas to guzzle?
I've been reading this book called The Long Emergency, about America's dependency on non-renewable fossil fuels and what will happen when they run out.
James Howard Kunstler in his book, The Long Emergency, carries Deffeyes speculation further and details the alternatives and possible consequences for the world and particularly the United States when the oil runs out.
Because our way of life is so intimately connected to cheap oil, critics like lames Howard Kunstler, author of The Long Emergency, see a profound realignment of society ahead.
James Kunstler, whose latest book, The Long Emergency, is about the challenges posed by the coming permanent global oil crisis, climate change, and other "converging catastrophes of the 21st Century.