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Tag Archives: Three E’s

  • Daily Digest
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    Daily Digest 1/25 – On Spirituality And Revolution, The World’s Most Critical Pipeline?

    by DailyDigest

    Thursday, January 25, 2018, 5:02 PM

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    • As U.S. Trumpets ‘America First,’ Rest of the World Is Moving On
    • Some Thoughts On Spirituality And Revolution
    • Is 2018 the Year We Step Away From Social Media?
    • Buy Europe’s Unloved Banks While They’re Cheap 
    • The Dark Side of America’s Rise to Oil Superpower
    • Is This The World’s Most Critical Pipeline?
    • Dear Elon: Tesla’s Base Is Not the Model S Coalition
    • In less than 3 months, a major international city will likely run out of water

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  • Insider
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    Humans Making Bad Choices Is Why I Garden

    Behold, the era of Peak Soil
    by cmartenson

    Tuesday, July 22, 2014, 12:35 AM

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    As long as you're curious and read somewhat widely, if you're one of those readers who digs a bit further now and then, it's pretty much impossible to avoid the conclusion that humans are living unsustainably.

    We're using up energy sources that took approximately 350 million years to accrete in a single 350-year-long orgy of consumption.

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  • Blog
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    Introducing The New (Full-Length) Crash Course

    The public release of Chapters 1 & 2
    by Adam Taggart

    Friday, June 27, 2014, 5:36 PM

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    Last week we announced that we've spent the better part of the last year completely rebuilding the entire Crash Course video seminar.

    Each chapter has been completely updated with recent data, better visualizations, and a more polished look and feel. We've also added several brand-new chapters on important new developments to the Three E story (i.e., quantitative easing, shale oil, environmental stressors) that weren't in the picture when the original series was created back in 2008.

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  • Blog
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    Creating a World Worth Inheriting

    A fresh look at our mission
    by cmartenson

    Friday, August 10, 2012, 6:44 PM

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    With a new site and a number of new irons in the fire, Adam and I thought it a good time to revisit and renew the mission behind this movement.

    Simply put, our mission is to create a world worth inheriting.  By this we mean a clean, healthy living environment, a durable economy, and prosperous opportunities for all who participate with us. That's our big, lofty aim. 

    At heart, our view is that our policies, uses, and practices in all of the Three “E”s are unsustainable.  One cannot forever grow non-renewable resource use in a finite world.  The exponential nature of that growth just hastens things along.

    Because of hard constraints, our exponential money and debt systems are on a collision course with reality.  We will first and most immediately — and personally — experience the deleterious effects of this in what we call 'the economy' in the form of stagnant growth, rising unemployment, and various ills and maladies within the financial markets. 

    This is just another way of saying that very big changes are coming our way.  In fact, they are here already.

    The simple conclusion is that we must either change our habits and ways on our own terms — or on Nature's.  We face a future that will be shaped either by disaster or design.

    Here at Peak Prosperity, we are solidly behind the idea of positive change made on our own terms and that we are each responsible for whatever future is created. 

    There are a number of things that we absolutely have to do in order to achieve our mission. And at the top of the list is reaching and influencing a lot of people (millions upon millions) and doing so effectively.

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