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The Power Connect -- It's too late says Robert Jensen -- 'An Inconvenient Apocalypse'

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According to Robert Jensen - we're prepping for the wrong thing. It's not about whether we should use renewables instead of fossil fuels or EVs instead of ICE cars. No. We should be preparing ourselves - for those of us that survive - for what life is going to be like after the upcoming societal collapse - which as Jensen puts it - is a matter of 'when' not 'if.'

In his latest book, 'An Inconvenient Apocalypse,' Jensen, who co-authored the book with Wes Jackson, says this book isn't about trying to scare people straight, but rather open a serious, honest dialogue about the inevitable collapse thanks to overpopulation, excess energy demand and crises of meaning and consumption - among other things. 

"This book is harsh, sometimes dreadful. But it's rooted in love," says Jensen. 



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