What will happen in 2012 in energy, economy and environment?
Come and find out at a special live event coming up this Thursday at the Traverse Area District Library, in the McGuire Room, – 619 Woodmere, January 5th at 6:00 pm.
International speaker and futurist Nicole M. Foss from Ottawa, Canada will be joining us live and in person to present a comprehensive view of 2012 and the near future. Foss’s 90 minute “A Century of Challenges” talk has been experienced by tens of thousands of people throughout the world, including recent tours of North America and Europe. Ms. Foss is currently on her 2012 Great Lakes tour which includes talks in Wisconsin, Michigan and Ontario; after which she flies to Asia for an extensive speaking tour.
Ms. Foss’s talk appeals to those interested in the future, as she ties together topics of energy, economy, environment and the current events in politics. This 2012 update of her talk includes new discussions of the unfolding economic situation in the USA, Asia and especially Europe; a look at the oil supply situation including the Keystone pipeline proposal; prospects for renewable energy, and examination of the consequences of the Japanese nuclear reactor situation and its implications for other reactors throughout the world.
Ms. Foss also explains how to effectively invest and prepare in one’s life and one’s work for the uncertainty and challenges of the future.
We invite you to this one time live event, which features Ms. Foss’s full 90-minute talk followed by a full 60-minute question and answer period.
This event is free, donations of all amounts are appreciated. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. General seating for the public begins at 5:30 pm. Donations are tax deductible.
For more information on Ms. Foss: http://theautomaticearth.blogspot.com/
We do hope you can participate in this great event to kick off 2012!