At a ground-breaking event on collapse (Oct 2021), academics and activists spoke at the University of Tasmania, including the authors of the highly read and controversial Energies paper, ‘Through the Eye of a Needle: An Eco-Heterodox Perspective on the Renewable Energy Transition‘.
One audience member observed: ‘I listened to it live and constantly found myself asking, “Is this actually happening? Is this University legit? Are these academics truly telling it like they see it?” I concluded with the same take-away – that they’re no longer concerning themselves with “what ifs” or the typical “we can still act to save it all!” type of approach. Instead, they seemed like they were genuinely “bracing for impact” – and some of them looked and sounded downright scared. That freaked me out and threw me off in a way that I wasn’t expecting.’
#TalkCollapse because everyone has a right to know what’s coming.