Collapse Cafe 2: Syria Resource Limits

Off the microphones & cameras of Gail Tverberg, Brian Davey, Monsta & RE

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Aired on the Doomstead Diner on September 16, 2013


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In this edition of the Collapse Cafe, we discuss the Syria political problems from the POV of resource limits and climate change.

How has drought exacerbated the problems faced by the Syrians over the last few years? Who stands to benefit the most from the conflict and how does Energy in the form of Oil and Natural Gas play a part in the problems. Who are the main players, and what methodologies besides Warfare might help the population cope with these problems?

Gail Tverberg from Our Finite World and Brian Davey from FEASTA discuss some of their perceptions regarding the issues facing Syria over the coming future and analyze how these problems may not be limited in scope to just Syria, but the rest of MENA and the World at large as well.

Pour yourself a cup of Java, and explore some of the less talked about issues in Syria with us on the Collapse Cafe.



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