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by Jan Lundberg   
28 January 2006

Jan. 27th KPFK radio show "Beneath the Surface". Jan Lundberg was interviewed by Jerry Quickley in Los Angeles (Pacifica Network) discussing petrocollapse, plastics and the ancient redwoods. Jan sang "Have a Global Warming Day" with accompaniment from his ancient guitar.
Listen to archived show:

Listen to Jan Lundberg interviewed by Sonali Kolhatkar on KPFK's Uprising Radio, January 26 broadcast, discussing Cuba, petrocollapse, and culture change: file) or go to Sonali's homepage: (scroll down to "Past shows, Thursday Jan. 26 (or 'Previous Entries')" and listen, and read or hear Sonali’s Subversive Thought for the Day.

Appearances for petrocollapse talks, music, touring Oregon:

Saturday, Jan 28th
The End Of Oil: Realities & Solutions of the Looming Petroleum Shortage
Valley Cities Jewish Community Center
13164 Burbank Blvd., (between Fulton & Coldwater)
Sherman Oaks
$5 suggested donation
7:00 to 10:00 PM Doors open 6:30 PM
Speakers: Jan Lundberg, Paul Koretz and Ed Begley, Jr. Moderated by Mimi Kennedy
Documentary screening: "The Power of Community; How Cuba Survived Peak Oil" ( - Thanks to Community Solution, Yellow Springs, Ohio)

For more info, see KPFK calendar item:
KPFK sponsors peak oil evening
Organized by Neighbors for Peace & Justice San Fernando Valley, tel. 818-906-7757, email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Sunday, Jan 29th, 2 PM
Petrocollapse and Food Security / Eco-rock concert
South Central Community Farm

41st and Long Beach Ave.
0.3 miles north of the Blue Line Metro Vernon Station
2:00 to 5:00 PM
Speakers: Jan Lundberg and Tezozomoc
The 350 families that tend this 14-acre farm are under threat of eviction as the farm has been sold by the city to a warehouse developer. The developer has not taken control of the property yet only because of community support, and the determination of local activists, but the future of this farm is uncertain. The discussion will address issues of food security as fossil fuels decline, and will provide information on how we can help save the farm. Depaver Jan will supply songs.

Sunday, Jan 29th, 7 PM
Petrocollapse and the Possibility of Culture Change
Throop Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church
300 S Los Robles
0.5 miles East of the Goldline Metro Del Mar Station
$5-10 suggested donation
7:00 to 10:00 PM Doors open 6:30 PM
Speakers: Jan Lundberg and a World Can't Wait representative
Documentary screenings: "The Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil" (20 minutes)
and "Our Synthetic Sea" (22 minutes)
There will be time for discussion after the speakers and screenings.
For more info or to download a flyer on the two events above, visit January 29th events sponsored by Pasadena Post Carbon – email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it

Further reading:

Trouble in the Garden
Excerpt from L.A. City Beat / Valley Beat newspaper:
"The 350 families who banded together as the South Central Farmers transformed an industrial dump into a jungle paradise. But now they’re being evicted."
~ By Dean Kuipers ~
Website for the farm:

Bush Step Down and Take Your Program with You! World Can't Wait
puts on national demonstrations Tuesday, January 31st. In Hollywood it starts at 5:30 PM; Jan Lundberg will briefly address rally. The organizers say,
"Bring your bikes signs and noise makers. We will gather at Hollywood and Highland near the Redline Metro stop. At 6 PM we will ride our bikes and eventually join the rally in front of CNN at 7 PM at Sunset and Cahuenga. For more information on World Can't Wait, Drive Out the Bush Regime and the event scheduled to coincide with the State of the Union Address, visit"

Tour: Los Angeles Eco-Village
Sunday, Feb. 5, 11 am - 1 pm
Sunday. Feb 19, 11 am - 1 pm

Learn the history, context, accomplishments, pitfalls, transitions, plans and visions for this two block central city demonstration ecovillage neighborhood-in-process and its intentional community. Reservations required. Tel. 213/738-1254 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it See previous Culture Change article "Suviving Die-Off / Eco-Villages" for story on L.A. Eco-Village.

From the Los Angeles area Jan takes the train to Oregon for more talks and music for cultural change in the face of petrocollapse. So this is a good time to support Culture Change, its petrocollapse conferences and our contribution to the campaign against the plastic plague, by donating online at or sending a donation to:

P.O. Box 4347
Arcata, CA 95518 USA
Email: This e-mail address is being protected from spam bots, you need JavaScript enabled to view it
Telephone and fax: 1-215-243-3144

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