We're not a particulalry chatty group I've noticed :)
Anyone have any good recommendations for books they've read?
I've read a few books this year that have impacted on me. 'The Weather Makers' and '6 Degrees' were both excellent climate change related books. I also enjoyed 'The Great Disruption' by Paul Gilding, again climate change related but with a focus on how it will impact society as a whole, I recall the author's personal opinion is that around 2018 he thinks we'll be well underway to being significantly impacted by climate events for other areas (food/finance) to be disrupted enough to begin 'collapse'. I've also read 'The Long Emergency', which of course is really Americocentric and although I appreciated the read I didn't quite find myself sharing all of the Author's sentiments when it came to what collapse would look like; however I have a feeling it will look very different depending on what part of the world you're in and even in which specific locality/region you're located.
So does anyone else have anything they've read that has particulalry resonated with them on these subjects? I'm always looking for a good book to read :)