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The end of the carbon age?

What will happen to us when our supply of carbon based fuels such as oil, coal and gas are low or exhausted? Where will we get our power for transport, homes and leisure? A debate bringing together experts to investigate what might be in store for us at the end of the carbon age.

This event is part of a season of energy themed events, debates and comedy nights to compliment the science Museum's new energy gallery, Energy - fuelling the future.
The series of events gives the public their chance to have their say, put their questions to the experts, see stand-up comedy investigatingenergy and handle some extraordinary energy generating gadgets and gizmos.
From the viability of wind parks in London and nuclear power stations to supply our energy needs of the future, to the reality of poo-power and the fear of terrorism's potential effect on our energy sources this is a unique opportunity for the public to put their questions to the experts.


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Date and Time:

15 July 2004 at 7:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Dana Centre
165 Queen's Gate
+44 20 79 42 40 40
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