[LINK] Surviving Climate Change

JanW jwhit at internode.on.net
Sat Jan 24 10:55:02 AEDT 2015

Just watched this one. BBC production. Multiple points of view. Explains why neolib/con (whatever you want to call it) is a dead end for all of us, globally.
Thanks for prodding, Jore. There is so much in this one that anyone who votes needs to understand. The two main parties in Australia are asking the exact wrong questions and we are letting them. Climate change is just one part of the problem, more a symptom than a problem, or a result. And I love the ending of the film. Tears.


At 11:34 PM 23/01/2015, jore you wrote:

>* http://thoughtmaybe.com/surviving-progress/
>Tagline: "The dominant culture measures itself by the speed of
>“progress”. But what if this so-called progress is actually driving us
>full force towards collapse? Surviving Progress shows how past
>civilisations were destroyed by “progress traps” — alluring technologgies
>and belief systems that serve immediate needs, but ransom the future. As
>pressure on the environment accelerates and financial elites bankrupt
>nations, can our globally-entwined civilisation escape a final,
>catastrophic progress trap?"

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