John Michael Greer returns in Extraenvironmentalist #81. Then,Chris Martenson joins us to discuss his work in communicating difficult information to people who don’t want to believe it.
Imagine there was a pill you could take every day that would provide you with wealth, freedom, and luxuries beyond the imagination of even the wealthiest kings of yesteryear. Well, guess what? You’re already taking it. And it’s called Petrolify®.
This First Nations woman works with youth, elders and spiritual leaders to practice their culture and “activate their blood memories,” as one elder calls it.
Though death is an inevitable part of life, do we really act as if we know we’re going to die?
Stand-up economist Yoram Bauman uses humor to explain carbon tax, cap and trade and the ‘Five Chinas’ theory.
You have immense powers." That’s one of the messages of Post Carbon Institute’s Public Energy Art Kit (P.E.A.K.) project.
Our contemporary world is host to two coexisting but fundamentally different—and, in at least one crucial respect, contradictory—realities. Political Reality and Physical Reality.
How will people cope when some of their most cherished beliefs have to face a cage match with reality, and come out second best?
I want to review here some of the reasons why I expect an era of crisis to arrive sooner rather than later.
How—and how successfully—are Americans achieving this dream? How has the concept of the “American Dream” shifted over the past 10 years?
Can the climate change story be told better in pictures? Two recent books attempt just that.
Following the massive bailouts, stimulus spending and quantitative easing of recent years, everyone breathed a sigh of relief and went back to sleep, says Richard Heinberg. But the coming global energy crisis will likely provide the jolt that wakes everyone up again.