Mirko Zardini, Director of the Canadian Centre for Architecture, takes a retrospective look at the Oil Crisis of the 70’s to shed light on our present day oil difficulties.
It’s fascinating to see how we dealt with it back then. I was very young but I do remember having to where extra sweaters around the house because we weren’t allowed to raise the thermostat. Most interesting were the board games that were produced – “Oil War” , “Energy Crisis”.
I found it fascinating to learn that alternative energy sources were being invented as early as the 1930’s.
Grab a tea and take the time to listen to what Mirko Zardini has to say about this topic.
Wishing you a wonderful weekend!