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I really enjoy the diversity of the articles and their different point of views. It bring different insides you can not find in the traditional media. I found the articles very valuable and I want you to continue your work.
I support PCI and its underlying ethos because coming to grips with our collective future, engaging in wise and purposeful “re-skilling,” understanding natural limits, building resilience into our local economies and home lives, and transitioning to a less energy intensive near-term future appears – to me, and to a great many like minds – the only sane, rational, and illuminated way forward. As with all sizable undertakings, we must do together that which we cannot do alone. PCI stands as a beacon for those ideas as it shines a light on the road ahead.What issues concern you the most?
Of enormous concern should be modern industrial society’s unapologetic, unrelenting, rapacious drawdown of all of earth’s resources, at rates that simply prohibit replenishment, the results of which promise ruination, privation, and misery for all — especially for those least able to bear such impacts.
The reality that we’re mostly doing nothing apart from accelerating this depletion, in the midst of notable climate destabilization and irrefutable evidence of a Sixth Great Mass Extinction, strikes me as the most important moral and ethical quandary of our time. According to the scholar Joseph Tainter, all previous civilizations (every one of which had experienced total collapse and then disappeared) had one common trait: they grew and stretched and over-expanded to the point where utter complexity itself proved to be its undoing. We, too, are so far along this fateful trajectory that with respect to the eventuality of our present civilization’s impending collapse, it’s really not a question of if, but rather, when.
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World-wide ecological and economical crisis.
I like the pci emphasis on cities bracing for climate change. I’ve always thought the pci name is both very clever and clear.What issues concern you the most?
At this late stage in the crisis, I’m hoping the USA will wake u and provide the leadership that has some chance of stabilizing the climate.
I knew I would give a gift to at least one worthy org., and when I saw Bart’s video, it was a total heart-melter. Plus I just want you all to keep going and doing the great work you are providing for all of us who read your articles every day. I love how reading your news articles makes me feel connected to all the thousands of people in the world who are striving and creating our new paradigm for Gaia!! I love you guys, keep up the great work please!!
I donate 10% of my post-tax salary to charity. I think I got the idea from Giving What We Can. In my first year I mainly gave to major charities like Oxfam. In my second year I mainly gave to women’s rights charities. In my third year I decided that climate change was the most pressing issue facing the world and I should give to charities which try to change the public debate around climate change.
I came to PCI through Richard Heinberg. I’ve known him since the 90s and received his Muse Letter for years. Human beings and all other species are in great danger and I trusted him to properly report the issues for years.What issues concern you the most?
Species annihilation and climate change — and the focus on capitalism as a primary cause.
I read The End of Growth about 5 years ago and it has shaped my thinking ever since. As an educator, I wanted to support academic work on sustainability issues.
I love the earth and what you’re doing supports all life.What issues concern you the most?
climate change and people’s ignorance
It is a sane voice in a mad world.What issues concern you the most?
Finite fossil fuels continue to drive the quest for endless economic growth yet the inevitability of their depletion is largely ignored by governments and business.