Plan B 3.0 (2008) Mobilizing to Save Civilization

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Entering a New World (pdf) Introduction A Massive Market Failure Environment and Civilization China: Why the Existing Economic Model Will Fail Mounting Stresses, Failing States A Civilizational Tipping Point Plan B—A Plan of Hope Chapter 1 Data (xls) PART I. A CIVILIZATION IN TROUBLE 2. Entire book (pdf) Data sets Time for Plan B: Cutting Carbon Emissions 80% by 2020 (pdf) Preface (pdf) 1.

A Wartime Mobilization

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Will the change come because we move quickly to restructure the economy or because we fail to act and civilization begins to unravel? Saving civilization will take a massive mobilization, and at wartime speed. As we contemplate mobilizing to save civilization, we see both similarities and contrasts with the mobilization for World War II. Mobilizing to save civilization, in contrast, requires an enduring economic restructuring. [link] By Lester R.

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The Flawed Economics of Nuclear Power

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The cost of this repository, originally estimated at $58 billion in 2001, climbed to $96 billion by 2008. As of late 2008, that figure had climbed past $7 billion, reflecting primarily the scarcity of essential engineering and construction skills in a fading industry. If we generously assume a much longer average lifespan of 40 years, then 93 reactors will close between 2008 and 2015. Mobilizing to Save Civilization, available at for free downloading.

Plan B 4.0 – Book Review

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Mobilizing to Save Civilization by Lester R. COULD FOOD SHORTAGES BRING DOWN CIVILIZATION? Mobilizing to Save Civilization (W.W. It then climbed to 915 million in 2008 and jumped to over 1 billion in 2009. Saving civilization is not a spectator sport.

Towards a Sustainable Energy Future

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Many experts have been warning about the end of our civilization as we know it is today [4], the end of oil age with its catastrophic consequences [5]. Saving energy can start just right at each individual’s lifestyle. link] Accessed October 2008 [9] Capra F (1983) The Turning Point.