Knowledge is something that no one can take from you. It’s the eternal wealth that will help you thrive in a Post-Collapse world.
Mad Max: Village Roadshow Pictures
Jeffrey Green Activist Post
Some experts see the perfect storm emerging for a dramatic collapse of Western civilization claiming we’ve reached environmental, economic, and geopolitical tipping . . . → Read More: 10 Skills Needed To Thrive In A Post-Collapse World, by Jeffrey Green
By Giordano Bruno
Neithercorp Press – 11/29/2010
Food production is one of the most essential concerns of any society. Without direct availability and ease of consumption, without the consistent flow of agricultural goods, every nation existing today (except the most primitive) would immediately find its infrastructure crumbling and its people in a furious panic. . . . → Read More: Survive Anything–Food Crisis
[Speaking Truth to Power mentioned on Huffington Post. Thank you Craig!–CB]
Can we get beyond denial about peak oil, climate change, and economic troubles as long as we don’t find forms of action open to us?
The genius of the “transition town” movement is that it starts with a positive vision, . . . → Read More: The Transition Town Movement’s Initial Genius, By Craig Comstock
Reprinted from COLLAPSENET
Euro-Zone Debt Crisis Escalates (WSJ)
Over the last few days I have seen a couple of stories urging Ireland to declare bankruptcy and default rather than take the IMF/EU/UK bailout. Every one of them made perfect sense.
The European Crisis is getting more serious and more powerful daily. The very last . . . → Read More: Hot Off “The Wall St. Journal” Presses, By Michael C. Ruppert
Reprinted from SEEKING ALPHA
Once a year, the International Energy Agency (IEA) releases its World Energy Outlook (WEO), and it’s our tradition to review it. A lot of articles have already been written on the WEO 2010 report, and I don’t wish to tread an already well-worn path, but the subject is just . . . → Read More: The Economic Implications of IEA’s Lowered Oil Estimates, By Chris Martenson
Reprinted from Burlington Free Press
Here’s a question I hear asked more and more by friends and neighbors in the Green Mountains of Vermont: How might we in Vermont create a more sustainable world for ourselves, and for our children, and for our children’s children, in a 21st century Age of Limits?
. . . → Read More: I Believe: ‘For Us To Survive and Thrive In The New Century, We Must Peaceably Dismantle The U.S. Empire, By Rob Williams