James Howard Kunstler, one of three panelists at the “Energy: Past, Present, and Future” kick off of The Ashokan Center’s new “Meeting of the Minds” discussion series this Sunday, September 25, is quick, and blunt, with his analysis of current affairs.
“What we’re seeing is a kind of horse race between the banking fiasco and the fossil fuel situation, with Climate Change in third place, to see which will put us out of business,” he says by cell call from one of the many international stops he’s been making on his endless speaking tour of recent years . . .
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