Luis González Reyes is the author of In the Spiral of Energy with R. Fernández Durán and a member of ecologistas en acción.
The Energy Crisis, Renewable Energies and RR+E
There are already plenty of economic and political actors defending the hyper-technological renewables. The time has come to shift our discourses toward technics that will enable us to change the energy matrix while also achieving an ecosocial transition.
February 6, 2023
Educating in times of systemic collapse
Education must prepare the young students to make the most of the opportunities which the coming crisis will offer, or at the very least, to be resilient to those changes and be able to adapt to the emerging new world.
October 14, 2020
The Lessons that Coronavirus can Teach the Human Species
One of the organisms that make up Gaia, thanks to a mutation, has converted into a pandemic that is putting it at serious risk. The coronaviruses of Gaia are anthropocentrism, capitalism, and technocracy. Therefore, we need to banish them urgently, taking the draconian measures that are necessary.
March 23, 2020
Strategic Thinking in a Time of Change
We are living the first stages of a major change in civilization. Two of its basic characteristics are a reduction of energy and available materials. This will mean greater social simplification (fewer people, interconnections and social specialization).
May 16, 2017
Land and Resource Scarcity: Capitalism, struggle and well-being in a world without fossil fuels
This is a book that seems to be created above all for people who are active in social movements, but who are also uneasy about the current global crisis.
October 15, 2013