Ecoso exchange no. 17 : incorporating Irregular no. 67

(1978) Ecoso exchange no. 17 : incorporating Irregular no. 67. Ecoso exchange incorporating Irregular (17). pp. 1-16.


Contains two articles: 1) “Views of a worker in the energy industry”, by Vern Moffitt, which tackles the energy crisis in Australia, and its first manifestation in the shortage of petroleum supply; 2) "Energy shortages – the path to higher unemployment?” by John Dick - a debate about social issues and future problems that will directly arise from shortfalls between supply and demand for liquid fuels (crude oil), the effects of which are going to greatly speed up industrial and social restructuring, creating higher unemployment and will further disadvantage those who are already disadvantaged.

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Summer-Autumn 1978

Item type Article
Subjects Historical > FOR Classification > 1205 Urban and Regional Planning
Historical > FOR Classification > 1604 Human Geography
Historical > FOR Classification > 1606 Political Science
Current > Collections > Crow Papers
Keywords energy crisis, Australia, oil shortage, commodities supply, public transport, railways, unemployment, Middle East, crude oil production, Victoria, brown coal production, Australian Conservation Foundation, Environmentalists for Full Employment, Conservation Council of Victoria
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