What does your #JustCollapse look like?
Collapse is a process not a switch. There is lots to be done for socio-ecological justice between now and the grim end, and we achieve what we can, where we can, as a means of easing the descent.
Examples: communicating our predicament, caring for wildlife, helping homeless, defending refugees, collapse grief support, healthcare advocacy, defending/migrating ecosystems, teaching gardening skills.
Seek justice and take action for a #JustCollapse!
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Sri Lanka is in the midst of collapse.
They are embarking on a range of #JustCollapse type responses: Moving to a 4-day week to allow people time to grow their own food; campaigning for crucial medical supplies; overseas aid.
Hi Kate. What are your opinions on establishing tiny community test beds for self-sustaining neighborhoods that include renewable energy microgrids and community gardens?
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Thank you for your question. There is lots to be done in terms of easing the descent, and we think that communities working together based around resilience and adaptation will certainly help – at least for a while. As long as there are no expectations the renewable microgrids and gardens offer a ‘solution’, then this looks like a valuable contribution to a just and planned collapse.
Unfortunately, our predicament defies solutions.
Tristan and Kate
I totally agree that, as a whole, there is no solution. I feel these small pockets of resilience could be the light after the collapse.