Decisiones ante un mundo sin combustibles fósiles | Antonio Turiel | TEDxMadrid

¿Cómo viviremos cuando ya no tengamos energía suficiente para sostener esta sociedad? ¿Es tan urgente el problema del agotamiento de las reservas de combustibles fósiles?
Estas y otras preguntas que definirán nuestro futuro son planteadas por Antonio Turiel, investigador del CSIC y autor del blog The Oil Crash, en su charla de TEDxMadrid.

Realizador: Daniel Goldmann Editor: Xavi Fortino Operadores de cámara: Josep Fernández, Xavi Fortino, David Ramos, Nacho Valentín, Diego García, María López Sonido directo: Daniel Davidson Runner: Conchi Gascón Producido por:
Iluminación y sonido directo: Equipo técnico Teatro Fernán Gómez Centro Cultural de la Villa Escenografía: Teje la araña (
Diseño y Motion Graphics METAMORFOSIS: Alvaro León ( Música METAMORFOSIS: 6 Ghosts I by Nine Inch Nails ( Diseño de sonido & audio mix METAMORFOSIS: Francisco Mejía ( He works as CESIC Tenure Scientist of the Spanish National Research Council (CSIC) at the Institute of Marine Sciences of Barcelona, developing his research on oceanography by satellite and the study of ocean and climate processes at a large scale.

He has written more than 70 scientific papers and a patent, and directed 5 thesis. He has been carrying out an intense activity as a disseminator (and recently also as researcher) of society’s sustainability issues, focusing on the study of energy and specifically of oil. He is the editor and main author of the dissemination blog The Oil Crash. With more than 9 million of page views, this blog in Spanish is a reference on the issue of oil exhaution and end of capitalism. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

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