425 Second St., #300
San Francisco, California 94107

The monthly meeting of San Francisco Oil Awareness, a group concerned with oil depletion ("Peak Oil") and other issues surrounding that topic, will be Wednesday, March 14, 2007, 7-10 p.m., at Citizens' Space, 425 2nd Street in San Francisco.

All are welcome to join us. Feel free to bring snacks or wine.

This information, and a map of the location of the meeting, is also available on the SFOA media page, specifically here: http://www.sfbayoil.org/sfoa/media/SFOA_Agenda_March_14_2007.pdf

7:00 Brief Introductions

7:10 Short Movie "Let's Dig for Oil" - 17 minutes from the 1950 oil company propaganda film, "24 Hours of Progress," with (what seems in hindsight) appropriate social commentary based upon what we know now...

7:30 Presentation: David Fridley - Good News/Bad News / The debate regarding Saudi Arabia's production decline. Have they peaked? And if so, what will that mean?

7:50 Presentation: Alice Friedemann: "Peak Soils"

8:50 Ted Downey, peak oil activist from Mankato, Minnesota, will give a short talk about things happening in Mankato.

9:10 New Business/Old Business/Announcements (known topics: AFSC, MUNI, Shell Ridge/Speakers' Bureau)

9:30 Interactive Bio Update Project

10:00 Adjournment

Official Website: http://www.sfbayoil.org/sfoa/index.html

Added by dennisbrumm on March 12, 2007

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