Since November 2005, The Generator has interviewed some of the most important figures in the sustainability movement as well as mainstream figures, such as Dick Smith, who have made significant contributions to the area. Here below, is a smattering of those interviews. The SNIPs are generally 30 second snippets lifted from the interview, ususally because of some news value at the time.
Richard Heinberg speaks
Richard Heinberg is the author of eight books including The Party’s Over: Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies (New Society, 2003, 2005), Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World (New Society, 2004), The Oil Depletion Protocol (New Society, 2006), and Peak Everything (New Society, 2007). He is a Senior Fellow of Post Carbon Institute and is widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost Peak Oil educators.
Dick Smith speaks
|Dick Smith is a famous Australian businessman with a passion for the Australian bush and aircraft. In 1968 he started a electronics business that was later called “Dick Smith Electronics.” He sold this in 1982 to publish the quarterly magazine, “Australia Geographic”. As well as a number of world breaking solo flights, Dick Smith started a food company to buy and sell Australian Made Food. He spoke to Giovanni Ebono about the sustainability of that venture.|