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Hear Nicole Foss in Canberra!

‘Preparing the nation, your community and family for peak oil and deflation in the coming economic environment.’

Monday 13 February, 7pm - 9pm
CSIRO Discovery Centre, Clunies Ross Street, Acton
(turn up the hill at the roundabout in Clunies Ross Street)

Chaired by Dr Richard Denniss
Executive Director, The Australia Institute

Entry by gold coin donation. Further information: Jenny Goldie jenny.goldie@optusnet.com.au 0401 921 453 and Gillian Helyar kghelyar@hotmail.com 0404 915 449

A decades-long credit expansion based on a credit bubble grounded in “Ponzi dynamics,” is ending. As a consequence, we are in the grip of a serious deflationary financial crisis. The challenges of peak oil among other energy shortages occurring at the same time as climate change, population growth, food insecurity and political unrest are forming a “perfect storm” and lead many to think that the world they are familiar with is on the verge of disappearing, with no proposals that will help to develop strategies to secure their future.

Nicole Foss is a polymath who ties together observations of economics, society and the environment so we can better understand our present financial predicament. She is academically well qualified, with a degree in biology, neuroscience and psychology and a later degree in international law. Nicole is co-editor of The Automatic Earth, writing under the name Stoneleigh.

Nicole's formidable powers of analysis gives us the background we need to make plans at an individual, business and community level to deal with the period of transition we are now entering, where the old policies being promoted by our leaders are no longer working and we need to re-vision our future.