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Quote  Sep-18-2007     Richard Heinberg   TheTeam
There is no path ahead that does not entail extraordinary cultural stress, and we must choose how to deal with it.  May we choose not only with eyes that are open, but with hearts that are strong and open.

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We face the most important and difficult choices in human history. It would be reassuring to think that we are making them with our eyes open, with the options clearly laid out, and with the consequences of various paths well understood.

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Quote  Dec-1-2006 Click to play the linked video or audio in a new window     Richard Heinberg   TheTeam
If population pressure and resource depletion are predictable causes of antagonism between and within societies, then avoiding deadly competition would seem to require low population levels relative to the available resource base. Peacemaking would thus entail not only negotiation, but resource and population management on a global scale.

Review of Powerdown: Options and Actions for a Post-Carbon World
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Powerdown is one of the more stark and urgent analyses of where our society sits and where it is heading, from the viewpoint of declining fuel availability and increasing fuel costs – we are talking about fuel cost increases so great that many activities we currently take for granted can no longer be exercised for economic reasons.

The book seems to have two primary focuses:

  • to convey the trauma that will arise when energy and carbon fuels are in shortage, and
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