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Thanks to reading “The party is over” back in 2003, I came to realize the importance of shifting to a more endurable and real sustainable energy use and sourcesWhat issues concern you the most?
Health effects of climate change
PCI can touch so many more people than we can; I and my wife live in New Zealand we teach the powerful design processes of permaculture and spread practical know-how amongst our communities in an effort to create / add to the resilience and permanent abundance of our place. But, our population is tiny compared to the human market that PCI can reach. We need a “beacon”, a burning flame to attract the wandering minds, eyes, and ears of the global community. PCI seems to me to be an inimitable lighthouse filled with sound research, cautions, and commentary worthy of our support and it is simply that which has been our inspiration to donate.What issues concern you the most?
The consequences of ever growing consumption of Earth’s finite resources and exponential growth of human population must be made known to all sentient creatures and Resilience.org is one broadcaster of this information that I can rely on for objective, non-judgmental commentary and reminders of our steady slide towards extinction if we are unable or unwilling to change our individual / collective practices.
The focus on the end of growth and Richard’s clear expression thereof and his clarion calls for alternatives.What issues concern you the most?
Imperative of creating awareness of systemic perspectives, of the principles and function of ecosystems, understanding how Neoliberalism has undermined planetary systems leading to collapse, and necessity of promoting smaller scale alternatives.
[Resilience.org’s] variety of sources of information, and new voices from different local sources that inspire via their commitment and local activity.
running of time to save planet; enormous immediate action required; maybe begin with issue too often ignored; serious cut back on consumption; stopping buying things one already has or buying stuff one not really needWhat issues concern you the most?
climate and race as well as prejudice against the other
Because of the presence of Richard Heinberg and other Fellows in PCI and the books they have authored. From reading their books I have learned about the important issues currently facing us, like climate change, end of economic growth, peak oil approaching, etc.What issues concern you the most?
Ramifications of climate change, dealing with problems raised by end of economic growth, and transition to non-fossil fuel future
To facilitate the transition to a sustainable society.What issues concern you the most?
Peak Oil, Climate Change, Social Justice
Resilience.org provides a variety of valuable contributors I would have never known about without this site. I want the site to continue operating.