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  • Blog
    Green New Deal

    Deconstructing The Green New Deal

    Despite serious flaws, it sparks a needed conversation
    by Chris Martenson

    Tuesday, March 12, 2019, 7:28 AM


    The Green New Deal (GND) is important as a starting point to have a long, long overdue conversation about energy. Specifically: How are we going to eventually transition away from fossil fuels?

    As such, the proposal — while (very) far from perfect — should not be ignored and deserves our attention. 

    It's also important because it represents the sorts of zig-zags our social and political paths are inceasingly likely to take in the coming future as we're forced to face our looming economic, ecological and energy-related predicaments.

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  • Blog

    Next Stop: Recession!

    We've arrived at the end of the line
    by Chris Martenson

    Friday, February 8, 2019, 3:35 PM


    We've enjoyed years of “recovery” since the Great Financial Crisis by literally papering over our problems with newly-printed money, instead of addressing their root causes.

    But we've now arrived at the awkward part of the story; when all of our prior mistakes finally catch up with us, and the plot heads in a much darker direction.

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    Daily Digest 12/28 – Good News Friday: Ozone Hole ‘Nearly Healed,’ 50 Years Since Earthrise

    by DailyDigest

    Friday, December 28, 2018, 4:34 PM

    • Green Power Becomes Gold Dust for Europe's Utility Investors
    • Christmas Around the World 2018
    • NASA's New Horizons Probe Prepares To Make History—Again
    • All the Incredible Stuff Happening in Space in 2019
    • Photos: 50 Years Since Apollo 8 Showed Us Earthrise
    • Using molten salt to store electricity isn’t just for solar thermal plants 
    • Breathe easy, because the hole in the ozone is nearly fully healed.
    • Urban farms could be incredibly efficient—but aren’t yet
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