Monthly Archives: November 2021

It’s now

This is very important. #216. It’s now

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Seeing the big picture

Well worth listening to – about an hour long. https://www.planetcritical.com/p/seeing-the-big-picture-nate-hagens

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Nationalisation in all but name

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

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The right to do nothing

The Right to Do Nothing | how to save the world

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Global economy faces uncertainty

Global economy faces uncertainty

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We need a National Mindset

The future is unknown.  No one knows what to do next.  Either individually or nationally. Mindsets shape how we each make sense of the world.  They influence how we think, feel, and behave about the future. The diversity of mindsets … Continue reading

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Local Trust Timeline

A  fascinating timeline done for the Local Trust by David Boyle, https://localtrust.org.uk/local-trust-timeline/timeline-assets/#vars!date=1940-01-28_00:00:00

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Perpetual Growth?

Two pieces by Tim Morgan to bring us up to date with his thinking. Perpetual growth is an impossible fantasy – even if we wanted it #215. The price of equilibrium | Surplus Energy Economics (wordpress.com)

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Accepting grim realities while maintaining a zest for improving life on earth now

Accepting grim realities while maintaining a zest for improving life on earth now — GREEN DREAMER

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Europe is warming faster than the rest of the world and scientists are puzzled

The conclusions of the COP26 summit, however, offer some hope. More than 100 nations have committed to reduce emissions of methane, which is 80 times more warming than carbon dioxide, by 30% by the end of this decade. About 140 … Continue reading

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