Time: 10:00 AM
Location: Renaissance Theater, Tuscany Falls Clubhouse
The world's population has tripled since WW II, putting greater demands on our natural resources. Will we have enough food, water and energy, or is human existence, as we know it, doomed?
Dru Bacon, a chemical engineer who has studied environmental issues since moving to PebbleCreek in 2001, says that decline is not inevitable -- if we are willing to adjust old habits and make changes in our lives now.
Bacon will discuss the looming shortages and what modern science offers in new ways to meet our needs and maintain or even improve our standard of living.
Monday Morning Lectures are held in the Renaissance Theater at 10 a.m., except for Jan. 21, which is 9:30 a.m. Tickets to all Monday Lectures are $5 per person and may be purchased at the door of the Renaissance Theater on the day of the lecture.
Further information may be found at the LifeLong Learning website at https://lifelonglearningatpc.org/.