[Antonio Turiel] Why are we going to condemn ourselves to an unsustainable and impossible model that is going to fail, when there may be a viable and much less expensive alternative?Leer
[Antonio Turiel] Why are we going to condemn ourselves to an unsustainable and impossible model that is going to fail, when there may be a viable and much less expensive alternative?
[Luis González Reyes] During this process there will be great social upheaval, and the suffering of wide swathes of the population is almost guaranteed. For this reason, focusing on justice and democracy
(Transcription of original interview by Gema Castellano for Informativos.net, in December 2018. Translation: Amelia Burke —Fabricants de Futur— and Steven Johnson.) Gema Castellano: Antonio Turiel, researcher at CSIC. We’ve discussed energy two or
[Luis González Reyes] Contemplating a diminutive virus from the heights of anthropocentrism, the west, neoliberalism and globalization: maybe we could learn something from it.
[Antonio Turiel] Don’t expect a breaking point, things are not going to change radically overnight, rather there will be a gradual fall, however not exactly a slow one.
[Xabier Vázquez Pumariño] A society with a little more consciousness and responsibility would be terrified of the surrounding continuous forest masses of pines, eucalyptus and acacias which are inflammable and inextinguishable, and
[Pedro Prieto]I would suggest that they analyse why conventeaiser to extract) is falling irremediably. Perhapwill arrive, and finally, that of all liquid fuels.