Money Morning – US Facing Financial Armagedon?

The work of this team of scientists, economists, and geopolitical analysts has garnered so much attention, they were brought in front of the United Nations, UK Parliament, and numerous Fortune 500 companies to share much of their findings. Click on the short video above to see the eerie pattern.

Another member of this team, Chris Martenson, a global economic trend forecaster, former VP of a Fortune 300, and an internationally recognized expert on the dangers of exponential growth in the economy, explained their findings further:

“We found an identical pattern in our debt, total credit market, and money supply that guarantees they’re going to fail,” Martenson said. “This pattern is nearly the same as in any pyramid scheme, one that escalates exponentially fast before it collapses. Governments around the globe are chiefly responsible.”

“And what’s really disturbing about these findings is that the pattern isn’t limited to our economy. We found the same catastrophic pattern in our energy, food, and water systems as well.”

According to Martenson, these systems could all implode at the same time.

“Food, water, energy, money. Everything.”

Dr. Kent Moors, one of the world’s leading energy analysts, who advices 16 world governments on energy matters and who currently serves on two State Department task forces on energy, also voiced concerns over what he and his colleagues uncovered.

“Most frightening of all is how this exact same pattern keeps appearing in virtually every system critical to our society and way of life,” Dr. Moors stated.

via Money Morning.

Climate Economics: The State of the Art » TripleCrisis

Climate Economics: The State of the Art » TripleCrisis.

Supported by the recent World Bank report, this book refutes arguments that a more than 2 degree increase in global warming is manageable and that equilibrium will be regained.

It isn’t and it wont.

Nicholas Stern: ‘I got it wrong on climate change – it’s far, far worse’ | Environment | The Observer

Kim said there would be no solution to climate change without private sector involvement and urged companies to seize the opportunity to make profits: “There is a lot of money to be made in building the technologies and bending the arc of climate change.”

via Nicholas Stern: ‘I got it wrong on climate change – it’s far, far worse’ | Environment | The Observer.

Resilience Alliance & the Integration of Social and Natural Science in Global Change Research | Resilience Science

Resilience Alliance & the Integration of Social and Natural Science in Global Change Research | Resilience Science.

Reposted from Resilience Science @ http://rs.resalliance.org/2013/01/08/resilience-alliance-the-integration-of-social-and-natural-science-in-global-change-research/