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Funny Cartoons About Collapse, Resilience, and Sustainability

This cartoon page is set up to collect a bunch of funny cartoons about sustainability, resilience, collapse, prepping, and all the other issues and activities that doomers talk about and act on. These are comic strips with sustainability/resilience/collapse as a theme -- from comics.com using their embed feature.

Squirrelly Approaches to Being Prepared

A funny resilience cartoon/comic strip from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

The Lands End is Near

A funny collapse cartoon/comic strip from Speed Bump, by Dave Coverly; Embed source: comics.com

Speed Bump
 

Regular Now at a Premium

A funny economic collapse cartoon/comic strip from Chip Bok Editorial Cartoons, by Chip Bok; Embed source: comics.com

Chip Bok Editorial Cartoons

The Ever-Popular Tortured Segue

resilient household article link; thumb of graphic At a personal or family level, the converging problems of economic meltdown, peak oil, power outages, and other things that may disrupt business as usual can all be addressed by undertaking The Resilient Household program.

Squawking About Life

A funny resilience cartoon/comic strip from F Minus, by Tony Carrillo; Embed source: comics.com

F Minus

Doomer Dress Code

A funny apocalypse/collapse cartoon/comic strip from Strange Brew, by John Deering; Embed source: comics.com

Strange Brew
 

The Ink on Local, Inc.

A funny resilience cartoon/comic strip about local food from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

The Other Coast

The 100-Mile Snowman

A funny resilience/local food cartoon/comic strip from Bliss, by Harry Bliss; Embed source: comics.com

Bliss
 
   
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A funny sustainability cartoon/comic strip about worlds run amok from The Other Coast, by Adrian Raeside; Embed source: comics.com

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CATEGORY:  ENERGY — 21.AUG.2014

Rating: 2 of 5 - OK; if you've got the time... NPR

Oklahoma Wind Power Companies Run Into Headwinds — Oklahoma is the nation's fourth-largest generator of wind energy. But wind developers in the northeast corner of the state, where the Tallgrass Prairie Preserve lies, are up against stiff opposition from an unlikely pair of allies: environmentalists and oil interests.
Go to page  |  Download/listen   3:54

GP comment:  Environmentalists need to stop letting the perfect be the enemy of the good.

Original Show Pub Date: 18.Aug.2014

CATEGORY:  ENERGY, ENVIRONMENT, FINANCIAL — 20.AUG.2014

Rating: 5 of 5 - Must-listening! Post Carbon Institute

Humans—Are We the Borg? ... Or Merely Delusional? — In an hour and a half, ecological economist Nate Hagens offers up a grand tour of how the human-dominated planet works, or more accurately, mis-works. It all comes down to bad programming—science shows that we humans are predisposed to making bad choices; or at least making choices that bolster short-term, selfish desires at the expense of long-term, altruistic interests. Energy, or an increasing lack thereof relative to our needs, is the hammer that will force us to recognize reality and make increasingly hard choices.
Watch  |  Download/listen   1:30:00

GP comment:  Must listening. And Hagens is kind enough to explain how we "aware humans" can navigate the seemingly impossible mission ahead.

Original Show Pub Date: 29.Jul.2014

CATEGORY:  ELITES, COLLAPSE — 16.AUG.2014

Rating: 3 of 5 - Good, worth a listen Against the Grain

Exit Right—Visions of Super-Soveriegn Enclaves — There are various visions for gated communities of elites who want to escape the restrictions and taxation of the nation-state---an existance outside of the sovereign territory of any country. Historian Raymond Craib talks about visions for various libertarian enclaves, from the failed attempt to build the Republic of Minerva on a coral reef in the South Pacific, to the Seasteading Institute's plan to construct a floating city off San Francisco.
Go to page  |  Download/listen   54:00

GP comment:  On a square-footage basis, at-sea is far more difficult and expensive than on-land. Elites are not prone to self-deprivation, and their resources are not unlimited, so it's highly unlikely they'll ever realize their "mobile offshore base."

Original Show Pub Date: 13.Aug.2014 (originally aired 24.Feb.2014)

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