Tag Archive for 'Sir David King'

Global oil production can no longer keep up if demand continues to rise

January 27th, 2012 by Nature

The impact of dwindling oil supplies on the economy is a persuasive argument for shifting away from fossil fuels, write Professor James Murray and Sir David King in a Comment piece in Nature published on 26 January 2012. There was a ‘tipping point’ for oil in 2005. Before then,

Sir David King to speak at Durrell Wildlife Park about how climate change can affect small islands

June 17th, 2011 by Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust

Sir David King, formerly Chief Scientific Adviser to the UK government, and one of the leading advisers on climate change will give a presentation on Thursday 14 July 2011 from 6 pm to 7.30 pm on how climate change can affect small islands.  His presentation will take place at the Princess Royal Pavilion at the […]

Deputy Scott Ogier’s speech on Peak Oil and exponential growth to the States of Deliberation

November 27th, 2007 by Scott Ogier

I want to spend a little time on something called Peak Oil It is something I have mentioned here before in this chamber. There was a packed presentation at Candie lecture theatre the other night on the topic at which there were three Deputies, it was a shame there wasn’t more. Some people went through […]