Since its publication, David Holmgren’s essay “Crash on Demand” has generated a heated debate among the sustainability communities around the world. We try to keep up with the discussion in the cyber world as much as possible (but if we missed any other articles and blogposts, please let us know).
Below, we compile the list of articles and posts we have come across (so far) all worth reading, including most of the comments (last updated on May 15, 2015).
Silvia Di Blasio (Mainstream Permaculture) Teaching permaculture: what is permaculture for.
David Pllard (how to save the world)
How our narratives inform our hopes for change also on Resilience.org.
Mary Logan (A prosperous way down) Fitting into nature–or not (see comments).
Norris Thomlinson (Farmer Scrub’s blog) Demand Crash! – a response to Holmgren’s “Crash on Demand”.
Chris McLeod Let’s talk about collapse.
Silvia Di Blasio (Living As If Others Really Mattered) Emphasizing the wrong “E”, Follow up on COD, and why it is worth continuing the discussion.
Kevin O’Conner (C-Realm) Dirty Pool: A Response to Guy McPherson.
Erik Lindberg (Transition Milwaukee) Agency on Demand? Holmgren, Hopkins and the historical problem of agency also on Resilience.org.
Rob Hopkins (Transition Culture) Holmgren’s “Crash on Demand”: be careful what you wish for also on Resilience.org.
His more recent piece Reflections on being a “cultural optimist” and a month of scaling up also on Resilience.org.
David MacLeod (Integral Permaculture) Crash on Demand: David Holmgren updates his future scenarios also on Resilience.org.
His latest post David Holmgren: “I haven’t really changed my message” also on Resilience.org.
Nicole Foss (the Automatic Earth) Crash on Demand? A response to David Holmgren.