Somewhere in New Mexico

SUBHEAD: A story about de-industrialization of the empire before the end of time. By Guy McPherson on 23 January 2012 for Nature bats Last - ( Image above: Still frame from Mike Sosebee movie. See preview below.

I’ll be delivering a TEDx talk on Wednesday, 25 January 2012, 7:00 p.m. at Arizona State University’s Barrett Honors College Cottonwood Room 100 (820 East Apache Boulevard, Tempe, Arizona). I’ll be preceded by Mike Sliwa and our presentations will be followed by Q & A. Topic: Walking away from empire. This event is free and open to the public. Please register here. Video will be available in this space as soon as possible after the event.

I am featured in a documentary film currently in production. Independent filmmaker Mike Sosebee seeks donations to complete this film. More details are forthcoming, so please stay tuned.

Video above: Preview of film in production by Mike Sosebee "Somewhere in New Mexico Before the End of Time". From ( See also: Ea O Ka Aina: Fall & Winter - The Movie 5/1/11 .


Mike Sosebee said...

Thanks for posting this preview. The film is a culmination of years of studying Peak Oil and Climate Change and societal preparations for the coming collapse.

Conclusion: Industrial societies as a whole appear to be able to adapt to present emergencies but threats that take years to develop confound us. This film is about groups and individuals that are taking concrete steps to adapt to these predicaments.

Juan Wilson said...

Aloha Mike,

Your welcome and best wishes for the production of your film. I have added a link to another film about this subject that is under production called "Fall & Winter".

Both films look to be convincing arguments for changing our lives.

Juan Wilson
IB Publisher

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