Bartlett, Albert


Title
Bartlett, Albert
Creator:
Bartlett, Albert A., interviewee; Kiefer, Richard, interviewer;
Date Recorded:
2012
Date digitized:
2012
Length of interview:
24 minutes, 16 seconds
Description:

Dr. Al Bartlett, professor emeritus in nuclear physics at the University of Colorado, Boulder, talks with Richard Keifer for a program that aired on radio station KGNU’s program “A Public Affair.” Dr. Bartlett discusses his views on how the world can maintain a sustainable environment. He discusses the current problems of fossil fuel dependency and world population growth. Dr. Bartlett is known worldwide for his lecture “Arithmetic, Population, and Energy.” In this interview he explains his views and presents his ideas for solutions.

Subject:
population
overpopulation
sustainable development
petroleum reserves
Language:
English
Original Format:
digital audio
Notes:
This interview is one of a series that was recorded for radio station KGNU’s program “A Public Affair.” It was later donated to be archived as part of the Maria Rogers Oral History Program’s collection.
Local call number:
oh1847
Copyright:
Copyright restrictions applying to the use or reproduction of oral history interviews are available from the Carnegie Branch Library for Local History/Boulder Public Library.
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