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They have consistently been a source of important information about climate change and social justice. I can trust your presenters, and the research you do to put out real useful information. I work in the field with the Suzuki Elders in Vancouver who have been informing selves and the public about the need to protect our environment. The connection I have with PCI provides me with valuable information to use in my work.What issues concern you the most?
We are headed for unknown problems that most of the community have no idea about, and when they finally realize what is (going to) happening they will be immobilized with fear, grief, rage and despair. It is important that there are some places where people can meet to share their experiences and feelings so that they can be helpful and useful to the community.
I am a farmer. I value practical, common sense. The writers on Resilience.org have earned my trust. Keep at it. You are helping to create a sustainable future.What issues concern you the most?
Insites about the critical realities affecting life on earth. I have been portraying Gandhi since 2002 in the US and in India, among other places. see www.oly-wa.us/berniemeyerWhat issues concern you the most?
Because I am very concerned at the likely impact of climate change on my grandchildren.What issues concern you the most?
The likely impacts on food, sea level, rainfall, local environment.
Sounds like a good idea!What issues concern you the most?
The effects of human overpopulation on the natural and man-made physical environments. I call it “population density stress” and believe it to be the cause of all of our “diseases of civilization”. I’ve recently published “Stress R Us” laying out the data in over 100 references. The PB/Kindle are available on Amazon Books print on demand. Thank you!
It’s a surreal experience to be alive today. How can I not be aware of how out of balance the systems that sustain us are? How can I not mourn what is so rapidly being lost, from destruction of entire ecosystems to the wellbeing of our fellow citizens to the foundations of our democracy? And yet I go about my day-to-day life as though things will just keep humming along forever. There is so much inertia (and fear) that prevents the sharing of mutual concern, honest conversation and effective collective action. Thank goodness for the folks at PCI. What a relief that there are others who feel and think as I do! With painstaking research and insight, Richard Heinberg and others have identified the interrelated problems we face, carefully framing them within a systems thinking perspective. With intelligence and heart, they then analyze and weigh the most promising responses. In addition, they have invited into the conversation a larger community of concerned earth citizens through their courses, books and web presence. Let’s make use of this big human brain we have! Might we together create a path forward that makes sense and seems right and just? We know in our hearts that the effort matters.
This sort of information must keep going on, even more, while it is nowadays officially being blocked in the USA.
It does great educational work about global warming and the post petroleum world.What issues concern you the most?
Destruction of forests
Top soil degradation
Clean drinking water shortages
Voice of sanity in a distracted and misguided worldWhat issues concern you the most?
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It’s a source of wide ranging information related to the way I view the future. I am inspired by people doing things to raise awareness around ecological issues. It keeps me focused on building a local electricity cooperative company in NZ