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To collapse or not to collapse

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Some twelve month ago David published an essay Crash on Demand, in which he reassess his scenarios and ponders if inevitable, whether we should and could give a little gentle nudge to fast track the crash? It caused a heated debate not just among the usual suspects, permaculture practitioners, transition towners, “collapsniks” and sundries.

Now Melbourne’s Sustainable Living Festival is hosting a debate on the same theme.
(Feb 8 to Feb 23 2015) has firmly established itself over the years in the calendar. There are stalls, etc

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