VIDEO: Join Me At The Age Of Limits Conference, 2013

The Age of Limits directly addresses our developing understanding of the core issues relating to the emerging decline of the western industrialized model and the practical adaptations and preparations that apply on the personal, family and local levels. In-depth conversations with John Michael Greer, Carolyn Baker, Guy McPherson, Gail Tverberg, Albert Bates, and Dmitry Orlov–May 17-22, 2013

Resilience: Why So Many Parents Today Are Getting It Wrong, By Annie Lussenburg

Resilience: Why So Many Parents Today Are Getting It Wrong, By Annie Lussenburg

You see, resilience comes out of a struggle. That’s it, there’s no other way to get it. Take the wrong bus and end up at the wrong stop will build you resilience but only if you aren’t able to place a rescue call for someone to pick you up. Failing math and having to try harder: There’s a good one. Having to go to another soccer game and try again because the last time you mucked up and everyone is mad at you. Realizing that a course or activity you thought you’d enjoy is just terrible but sticking with it anyway, even though you’re sometimes miserable.

Collapse Fatigue: Prevention And Treatment, By Carolyn Baker

Collapse Fatigue: Prevention And Treatment, By Carolyn Baker

The reason many people experience collapse fatigue is that they are waiting for a dramatic, off-the-cliff event that will “prove” to themselves and their detractors that collapse is actually happening—and thereby bring civilization to its knees. Moreover, let’s be honest: Anyone who has researched collapse and is preparing for it has some last vestige of doubt, however miniscule, that the way of life we have known since birth will actually vanish. Why else do hundreds of people tell me that they feel schizophrenic about collapse as they continue knowing what they know, but interact with countless others who are clueless? Why else do some people confess that some part of them thinks they may be crazy for preparing?

The Top 10 Peak Oil Books Of 2011

The Top 10 Peak Oil Books Of 2011

Welcome to our second annual list of the top ten peak oil books. Most of them are explicitly about peak oil, while others deal with energy depletion as a significant factor in the economy or the environment. A couple titles focus on responses to the myriad conundrums that Richard Heinberg has dubbed “peak everything” and that are now converging to create a perfect storm for global industrial civilization.

VIDEO: Chris Martenson: "Unfixable"

EDITOR’S NOTE: Although many viewers may be familiar with the information given by Chris in this presentation, the real gems are to be found in the Q & A in the last half of the video.