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Because I believe in their mission.What issues concern you the most?
More people need to know the weighty impacts humans are having on our planet and realistic ways we can each help and change.What issues concern you the most?
How entrenched humanity’s systems are in marching our death march to its finale. We need to create new systems to replace the old in order to pursue the lives we claim we desire.
PCI is doing some of the most important work in the areas of sustainability, system thinking and resilience preparation. Your efforts to educate people as to the real underlying issues facing humanity which are typically not discussed in mainstream writings.
Best source of information and opinion about energy and its uses, meanings, and abusesWhat issues concern you the most?
Human adaptation to a less energy-intense future
You guys rock! This is essential work for the literal life of our planet! I am a big fan of Richard Heinberg’s insights and I find the resilience info very helpful!
PCI appears to me to be doing a very good job of helping the transition to a zero carbon future.What issues concern you the most?
The world needs to do more to transfer from Greenhouse gases.
To avert climate change.What issues concern you the most?
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Need for a societal transformation toward justice, sustainability, more democracy and peace.What issues concern you the most?
The [Post Carbon Institute] articles carried cannot be found in one place anywhere else.
PCI provides up to date material on the state of the climate, along with expert commentary on how to move towards a low carbon state that is inclusive and equitable. The Institute provides consistently high quality informed commentary which I am able to share or use directly in campaigns here in New Zealand.What issues concern you the most?
A major concern is the movement away from collaborative decision making towards an authoritative state in many countries. Our survival is dependent on a transition to a zero carbon world that allows for equitable use of resources and has found a way to live harmoniously and in balance with a natural world.