Tuesday, June 15, 2010

New Reports Page

Please note the new page at the top of my blog - Reports and Resources (the font is so dark, it's easy to overlook). I plan to make it a repository for the most authoritative and educational materials available to persuade your friends and families that they need to ACT, and act soon, to prepare for the current and incoming financial/economic/energy upheavals.

Currently, it includes presentations from Chris Martenson and Stoneleigh about the relationship between finance, the economy, and energy/oil, as well as reports from the U.S. Joint Forces, Lloyd's of London, etc (sources that people view as authoritative and credible). This won't be a comprehensive listing, but a very selective one. Your average Joe doesn't know who Richard Heinberg is, but do they know the United States military? Yessirree bob.

I plan to add reports from Roscoe Bartlett and Matt Simmons, among others, and may create a Climate Change section as well. I'll be expanding it over the next few weeks, and hopefully this will become a handy resource for you. Feel free to submit your suggestions for additions (authoritative/high-profile and educational) in the comments. Thanks!

5 comments:

Rain23 said...

Thank you, that is incredibly helpful. As you said, confirmation from someone they've heard of. I know the military projections perked up some ears around here because they weren't so much a "what if" scenario, they were a "what to do when." Like the headlines in the Wall Street Journal, it's just so... real.

Sharlene T. said...

Excellent idea. Love to have info like that at hand...thanks so much for the convenience...come visit when you can...

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urbanadaptation said...

Looks great - I've been looking around for some info to send to people I know, so this comes at the perfect time. Thanks for pulling this together.

Peak Oil Hausfrau said...

urbanapdaption and Rain 23 - let me know if you have suggestions -

daharja said...

Hi - That's really useful. Thanks :-)

You're right about the font being so dark though. For such a useful resource, maybe it might be worthwhile making it a bit more visible? I nearly missed it!

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