Collapsonomics: Making a good job of living through difficult times

Collapsonomics combines practical lessons from engineering, systems analysis and appropriate technology, with an invitation to cultivate new habits of thinking, drawing on the history and philosophy of other generations that have lived through times of great change. This starts from a blunt acknowledgement of the depth of the mess we are in and the failure of our attempts to take control of this situation, but it is not about doomer scenarios or survivalist fantasies. “The end of the world as we know it,” as the Dark Mountain manifesto puts it, “is not the end of the world, full stop.”

[If you’re in the UK, get the course information here.]



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