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Water: The Oil of the Twenty-First Century?


This conversation between an environmental scientist, a petroleum geologist, and a professor of Russian and Eurasian studies explores the ecological and economic relationship between oil and water and the significance of each as (re)sources of power in the twenty-first century. How are oceans part of a larger system that affects access, production, and the meaning of oil and water? How do the politics and culture of a region like the former Soviet Union affect the global exchange of oil and water? How are attitudes toward oil as a source of energy shifting, as water becomes the resource of conflict and energy production?

::: Event Details :::
Speakers: Stephen Jones, Elizabeth Wilson, and Ian MacDonald
Moderator: Jill Bubier, Majorie Fisher Associate Professor of Environmental Studies
Date: Thursday, March 3, 2005
Location: Gamble Auditorium, Art Building, Mount Holyoke College
Time: 7:30 p.m.
Admission: Free and open to the public
Students: Register for the 4 pm Student Seminar in the Porter Lounge

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Above image:
Ansel Adams (American, 1902-1984)
Portfolio Three-Yosemite Valley: Water and Foam
Gelatin silver print photograph, 1960
Gift of Hugh Tatlock, M.D. in memory of Jessie Tatlock
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum