Must-Attend Webinar: The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels
Do you believe the argument that says, “Natural gas is just a bridge fuel to help us until renewable energy arrives to save the day”? Let me challenge your thinking with this counter-argument: Fossil fuels, including natural gas, are BETTER than renewables. Is your head spinning yet?
Join me for a live webinar next Friday, Nov. 18, with Alex Epstein, founder of the Center for Industrial Progress and author of one of my favorite books: The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. I heard Alex deliver a live speech at the 2016 Shale Insight in Pittsburgh in September. Here’s what I wrote at the time:
MDN editor Jim Willis found Alex’s talk the most compelling of the entire show. He has a degree in philosophy, lives in the San Francisco Bay area and looks like he’s a surfer dude. He combines two rare qualities–he’s a deep thinker who can present his deep thoughts in an understandable and entertaining way.
Alex’s message is that the energy industry sucks at telling our story. His mission is to get us telling one of the greatest stories on earth. He said, “If you can’t tell the story of how you want to improve life, then you can’t improve life.” So true. Alex himself was raised believing fossil fuels are the enemy. He shared some of the thought processes that led him to conclude that fossil fuels are indeed not the enemy but the savior.
Alex has agreed to share his Moral Case for Fossil Fuels talk with the MDN audience–live. Alex is the antidote to the flawed thinking of Josh Fox and other radical green “environmentalists.” He will share how to help your friends and family shift their thinking from the flawed “dump fossil fuels” to “help mankind flourish on planet earth.” I guarantee you will not only learn some new ways of thinking and presenting your arguments, you’ll have fun in the process!
Sign up now. Attendance is limited to the first 100.
The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels with Alex Epstein
Friday, Nov. 18 @ 2pm Eastern
P.S. Perhaps you’ve tried to attend webinars in the past and had troubles with the technology. MDN is using a platform that requires no software downloads and no hassles. You just click a link at the appointed time and the webinar appears in your web browser. If your computer doesn’t have speakers, no worries. You can use a telephone to call in for the audio portion of the webinar. We promise this will be the best technology experience you’ve had with a webinar! – Jim Willis, MDN Editor