We’re Not Going To Make It… …without real sacrifice - by Chris Martenson

Jeff Fitchett: Chris Martenson's analysis of the world is spot on. I appreciate his honesty and how hard he works at providing solutions to humanity's greatest challenges. 

Courtesy of Peak Prosperity
Right now I'm on a Metro North train heading the NYC. I’ve been invited to sit on an advisory council at the UN on building a sustainable energy future.
I’ll let you know how the meeting goes, after I take a few selfies to immortalize the experience in case I'm not invited back. 
Why might I not? Because I can either be a good boy, hold my tongue, and get to serve on more committees (maybe); or I can speak the truth as I see it.
It's not a hard decision: I'll be going with the latter. I really don’t know how to do differently any more; it’s a matter of internal integrity.
Now, I may not understand the ‘truth’ any better than the next person. But I do have access to a lot of data that seems to confirm this one idea: Humanity is not going to painlessly wean itself off of fossil fuels.

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