What do the converging environmental, economic, and energy crises mean for the fate of humanity? What can the long arc of human history teach us about our uncertain future? The Post Carbon Institute invites you to join in an evening with Nate Hagens in Corvallis. You’ll have a conversation based on Hagens’ work, which explores how once human individual and collective behavior are integrated with energy, climate, and resource constraints, there becomes a much clearer timeline and priority of human response. What does this synthesis mean for us here in Oregon?
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Hagens has appeared on PBS, BBC, ABC, and NPR, and given lectures around the world. He serves as a board member for the Post Carbon Institute, and the International Institute of Engineers and Researchers (IIER). Earning a Masters degree in Finance from the University of Chicago and a PhD in Natural Resources from the University of Vermont, Nate now runs an Honors seminar – Reality 101: A survey of the Human Predicament – at the University of Minnesota.