Pablo Servigne is an agricultural engineer and PhD in biology (Belgium). He quit the academic world in 2008 to become author and lecturer. He is the author of many articles and books about collapse, transition, resilience, agroecology or mutual aid, and now editor-in-chief of the french magazine Yggdrasil.
By Pablo Servigne, Raphaël Stevens, Resilience.org
We are not just presenting a 'top ten' of the century's bad news stories, we are mainly proposing a theoretical framework for hearing about, understanding and welcoming all the small-scale initiatives that are already facing up to the 'post-carbon' world, initiatives that are emerging at breakneck speed.
By Pablo Servigne, Raphaël Stevens, Gauthier Chapelle, Daniel Rodary, Open Democracy
As Rob Hopkins and Joanna Macy say, we must lead with our heads, hearts and hands: understanding what is happening (collapso-logy), imagining and believing in other worlds, and finding courage (collapso-sophy) as well as gathering living forces to build alternatives and lead the fight against destructive powers (collapso-praxis).