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KunstlerCast 251 — Yakking with Chris Nelder

KunstlerCast 251 — Yakking with Chris Nelder

JHK yaks with independent energy analyst and author Chris Nelder about the fine points of making an energy transition (or not) from the current economy into whatever the next one is. Chris is …

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KunstlerCast 250 — Chatting with Charles Hugh Smith

Kunstler 250 – Chatting with Charles Hugh Smith

JHK and Charles Hugh Smith, author and blogger at OfTwoMinds.com, yak about the Deep State, our favorite new word for what used be be known as the Establishment. We also touch on …

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KunstlerCast Is On Hiatus

JHK is on deadline to complete World Made By Hand 3.
Hiatus should last about a month.

I’ll be back

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KunstlerCast 249 — Chatting with Steve Ludlum of the Economic Undertow blog

KunstlerCast 249 — Chatting with Steve Ludlum of the Economic Undertow blog

#249 — JHK chats with Steve Ludlum of the Economic-Undertow.com blog about the contemporary economy as a waste engine. We venture into dark and distant corners of the …

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KunstlerCast 248 — JHK visits the Farmers’ Market

KunstlerCast 248 — JHK visits the farmers’ market

It’s harvest time. The frost is on the pumpkin. JHK visits the Farmers Market in Cambridge, NY, and chats with the farmers (and sundry other interesting people) about the ag scene in …

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KunstlerCast 247 — JHK Yaks with New Urbanist Andres Duany

KunstlerCast 247– JHK Yaks with New Urbanist Andres Duany

Celebrating the 20thth anniversary of the publication of The Geography of Nowhere (and release for the first time of an E-book edition), JHK yaks with New Urbanist Andres Duany about …

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KunstlerCast 246 — JHK Interviews Author and Ecological Economist Eric Zencey

KunstlerCast 246 – JHK Interviews Author and Ecological Economist Eric Zencey ? custom player

JHK interviews Eric Zency, author of The Other Road to Serfdom and the Path to Sustainable Development. He is on board with the issues that …

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KunstlerCast 245 — Sailing America’s Inland Waterways

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JHK chats with tugboat fleet owner Rob Goldman about the revival and future of shipping on America’s inland waterways. Rob’s company, NYS Marine Highway runs tugboats that push cargo barges through the Erie Canal system and the Great Lakes, …

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KunstlerCast 244 — Interview With Michael Klare

KunstlerCast 244 — Interview with author Michael Klare

JHK interviews Michael Klare, author or The Race For What’s Left: The Global Scramble for the World’s Last Resources. Michael is also the author of Resource Wars, and Blood and

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KunstlerCast 243 — Summer Break Special

KunstlerCast 243 — Summer Break Special

JHK and his friend Richie drop in on the Washington County (NY) fair for an extravaganza of cows, oxen, weird fried food, scary rides, and chats with farmers, tractor collectors, teenagers, and other civilians. …

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KunstlerCast 242 — JHK Talks with John Norquist of the CNU

#242 –JHK talks with John Norquist, director of the Congress for the New Urbanism and four-term mayor of Milwaukee Wisconsin, about the state of the American city, the future of the Great Lakes Region, and the difficulty in overcoming decades of bad c…

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KunstlerCast 241 — Snake Oil: Richard Heinberg on the Great Shale Snooker

#240 — JHK yaks with Richard Heinberg about his new book, Snake Oil: How Fracking’s False Promises of Plenty Imperils Our Future. Richard is also the author of the great peak oil primer, The Party’s Over, and many other books about the converging dile…

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Kunstlercast #240– Nobody Knows What God Looks Like

# 240 — JHK interviews David Orr, the Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science and Politics at Oberlin College, in Oberlin, Ohio. David is the author of Down to the Wire: Confronting Climate Collapse (Oxford Press, 2009) and many ot…

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KunstlerCast # 239 — Charlie Hall on Reality-Based Economics

#239– JHK shoots the breeze with Charlie Hall, distinguished professor emeritus at the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry at Syracuse, NY — just retired last month and founder of the Association for Biophysical Economics. We yak about…

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KunstlerCast 238 — JHK flying solo this week

# 238 — JHK yaks solo this week following another surgical adventure — neck bones this time — with spotlight on the George Zimmerman verdict, the rumors of Larry Summers as next Federal Reserve Chair, $106 oil, Elliot Spitzer re-entering politics, a…

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KunstlerCast#237 — The Trophic Conundrum. Chatting with Brian Czech about the paradox of economic growth

JHK talks with Brian Czech, founder of The Center for the Advancement of the Steady State Economy and author of the new book Supply Shock: Economic Growth at the Crossroads and the Steady State Economy, published by the New Society Press.
  The ne…

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KunstlerCast 236 — Talking with Farming Activist Severine von Tscharner Fleming

#236 — JHK talks with Severine von Tscharner Fleming, 30, a next ten agricultural activist, founder of Greenhorns and the National Young Farmers’ Coalition. She also works with the Farm Hack organization, the Family Farm Coalition and is editor of the…

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KunstlerCast 235 — Talking to petroleum geologist Jeffrey Brown

#235 — JHK talks with Texas petroleum geologist Jeffrey Brown about the global oil export-import scene, the shale oil situation, and the public’s misunderstanding of oil realities. Jeff originated the model for understanding the decline of global oil …

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KunstlerCast #234: George Mobus and Biophysical Economics

Released: June 20, 2013


JHK jaws with George Mobus, systems scientist from the University of Washington, Tacoma. George is a member of the Biophysical Economics group — not you mother’s economists, shall we say. I’m pretty much on-board with their …

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KunstlerCast #233: A Conversation With Jim Quinn of The Burning Platform

Released: June 13, 2013


JHK chats with Jim Quinn, author of The Burning Platform dot com. Jim Quinn spent most of his career as a financial executive in the corporate world and now works on the business side of a …

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KunstlerCast #232: New Urbanism Special

Released: May 30, 2013


JHK chats with Andres Duany, a founding board member of the Congress for the New Urbanism about a new book (with a chapter by JHK) taking on the frauds and fakers at the Harvard Graduate School …

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KunstlerCast #331: Conversation with Tad Patzek of the University of Texas

Released: May 30, 2013


JHK in conversation with Tad Patzek, chair of the Petroleum and Geosystems Engineering Department at the University of Texas. I’m twanging on the oil subject because the level of wishful thinking in the USA is shockingly …

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KunstlerCast #330: A Conversation with Charles Hugh Smith

Released: May 23, 2013


JHK chats with Charles Hugh Smith of the blog OfTwoMinds.com. Charles is also the author of many books, most lately “Why Things Are Falling Apart — And What We Can Do About It.” Charles describes …

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KunstlerCast #229: Yakking with David Collum

Released: May 16, 2013


JHK shoots the breeze with David Collum, the Betty R. Miller Professor of Chemistry at Cornell University, who has become a regular and valued presence on the internet commenting on the financial system and the predicaments …

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KunstlerCast #228: Talking Shale Oil and Gas with Arthur Berman

Released: May 9, 2013


JHK talks with geologist and independent oil-and-gas analyst Arthur Berman of Houston Texas — emphasis on independent. Art Brings clarity to the muddle created by industry propaganda planted in the creduous and gullible mainstream media.

The …

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