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12 January 2009
Jan Lundberg
TV show: Petrocollapse scenarios with oil-industry analyst Jan Lundberg and other peak oilers and community activists in Portland, Oregon.

On January 10 the long-running public affairs television show TV Set did a one-hour talk show about collapse -- energy and socioeconomic. The program was advertised as "A well-considered discussion of scenarios that may occur post Peak Oil, offering visions of our future."

Watch this in-depth program online at or

Or, if you're in Portland and can get cable TV, tune in on January 15, 2009, 3 PM on Channel 23, or on January 20, 11 PM on a different Channel, 22.

Roundtable discussion on petrocollapse
Guests besides Jan Lundberg were:
Mark Lakeman (City Repair), Jerry Erwin (disaster consultant/military intelligence officer), Per Fagereng (KBOO radio show host), Bruno Amicci (Red Cross), Deb Delman (Pangaea Project), John Kellerman (musician), Tod Sloan (psychologist, Lewis and Clark College), and host Jim Wrathall. Co-host Jeff Gerritsen was out of state.

TV Set has been "Aiding and abetting the progressive community since 1991." Thanks to Portland Community Media and's Micah Perry and Melinda Fleming. Do you have such TV programs on the air in your community? If not, do it!

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