Ending Oil & Gas Dependency with Dr Terrence Loomis

Dr Terrence Loomis is an economic anthropologist specialising in the political economy of the oil and gas industry. He was Professor of Development Studies at Waikato University before becoming a senior policy advisor under successive National and Labour governments.

During this talk Dr Loomis discusses his research on the petroleum industry’s ‘predatory delay’ campaign to maintain the industry social licence and slow New Zealand's transition to a low carbon economy.

The talk was given at Nelson’s Earth Hub, 235 Haven Rd on Thursday 10th September 2020.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P_xbANOcxV4

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