- The economy is shrinking. And everything that depends on it. Including the population.
- Going back to firewood
- Forgotten Clothing: Hip Scarves
- Prog Gnosis – By Single Helix
- A notable milestone was passed in 2022 when, for the first time, more than 80,000 different people from around the world – to be exact, from 154 countries – visited Tim Morgan’s Surplus Energy Economics website
- It’s ceasing to be possible for households to use cheap debt to live beyond their means
- The silent threat lurking in British homes
- The Renewable Energy Transition is Failing
- Our busy website
- Heading towards the end of our industrial economy
- We must use less energy
- The economic driver of the industrial era – the supply of low-cost energy from oil, natural gas and coal – is winding down, and there is no assured replacement at hand.
- Religion, Ecology, and the Future
- Permaculture and three sisters gardening
- Creatures United
- The latest by Tim Morgan
- Toryism at its worst – help the greedy, do nothing for the needy.
- Diet for a Hotter Climate: Five Plants That Could Help Feed the World
- Green growth, degrowth and the end of growth
- Is an ecological future possible in a global economy which is shrinking?
- How to make emergency survival bread
- Hug a tree
- A nice short film about a family in Australia who live a life of permaculture
- People Oriented City Villages
- Money and the end of abundance: A FINANCIAL CRISIS PRIMER by Tim Morgan
- Let’s call it grassroots growth
- The End of Abundance
- The purpose of a system is what it does. There is no point in claiming that the purpose of a system is to do what it constantly fails to do.
- Welcome to Meltsville.
- The search for an AC that doesn’t destroy the planet
- Six Rules for Humans Rejoining the Natural World
- The untapped value of self-care: how we can achieve a better healthcare future for all
- It is my personal perspective at the moment that our entire world is in a governing crisis, and that this governing crisis concerns, mainly, the fundamental legitimacy of our governing systems.
- Nate Hagens interviewed John Gowdy, an ecological economist,
- Regenerating a native forest
- Andrew Nikiforuk
- David Boyle
- deep adaptation
- Deep Transformation Network
- Deep Transformaton Network
- earth's poles
- ecological future
- Elon Musk
- gail tverberg
- green deal
- green wizards
- jeremy lent
- local futures
- local trust
- Nate Hagens
- Nat Hagens
- overton window
- public debt
- shrinking consumption
- simplicity institute
- the big picture
- Tim Morgan
- Tim Watkins
- wind turbines
Category Archives: climate change
The Renewable Energy Transition Is Failing This reinforces my view that we should switch spending from producing renewables to preparing for global warming.
According to George Monbiot, Jeremy Lent is “One of the greatest thinkers of our age. His book “The Web of Meaning: Integrating Science and Traditional Wisdom to Find Our Place in the Universe” is awe-inspiring. His span of knowledge is … Continue reading
The latest 3,600-page report from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, the United Nations’ climate research unit, examines the consequences of rising average temperatures for people around the world. However: Myths and misconceptions are undermining efforts to deal with migration … Continue reading
New research shows how warmer temperatures could push atmospheric pathogens into new areas. https://grist.org/climate/theres-an-invisible-ecosystem-in-the-air-and-climate-change-is-disrupting-it/?
Regenerative conversations exploring overshoot grief, grounding, and gratitude. These are worth spending time on. Mostly around an hour each. A post-doom mindset is a hard-earned and often fluctuating state of being. Classic stages of grief mark a well-worn path. However, mere … Continue reading
From the Washington Post: Climate change has destabilized the Earth’s poles, putting the rest of the planet in peril New research shows how rising temperatures have irreversibly altered both the Arctic and Antarctic. Ripple effects will be felt around the … Continue reading
Gail Tverberg’s latest (very long) piece concludes that: We also have the opportunity to decide how we want to live the rest of our lives. We have been led for many years down the path of believing that economic growth … Continue reading
Tim Watkin’s latest piece concludes that: Since we can expect several more energy suppliers to collapse during the winter months, as has happened in the rail industry, we can expect these to be nationalised too. But even this “solution” depends … Continue reading
Accepting grim realities while maintaining a zest for improving life on earth now — GREEN DREAMER