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We have collected a list of podcasts, books, videos and groups to support you to go deeper into the issues raised in the documentary.

Books & Articles
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Facing Extinction

Catherine Ingram 

"Facing Extinction" is a long form extended essay written by Catherine Ingram discussing the climate crisis from a Dharmic point of view. 

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End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption

Dahr Jamail

Dahr Jamail visits environmental “hot spots” around the world in a global quest to discover how we will cope with our planet’s changing ecosystems.

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Deep Adaptation: A Map for Navigating Climate Tragedy

Jem Bendell

Sustainability leadership professor Jem Bendell's self published paper has gone viral around the world. The concept of "deep adaptation" purports that humanity needs to prepare for a fundamental collapse of society due to climate change, with a likelihood of complete societal collapse.

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Prayer for the Earth: An Indigenous Response to these Times

Stan Rushworth

As the world rushes toward the brink of biospheric collapse, many people are now looking to traditional Indigenous wisdom for guidance on how to live sustainably. Yet Stan Rushworth, a professor of Native American Studies and an elder of Cherokee descent, believes a different kind of wisdom is revealed once there’s a willingness to face the truth about genocide and loss of right relationship to the rest of life.

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Beyond Hope

Deb Ozarko

In her outspoken way, Deb Ozarko exposes the madness of the cultural conditioning that has separated humanity from the web of life that sustains existence. Deb's site contains her blog and the Unplug podcast which is all about evolutionary activism, personal transformation, planetary hospice, and living a deeply connected life in a collapsing world. No sound bites, no life hacks, no b.s.

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We are the Middle of Forever: Indigenous Voices from Turtle Island on the Changing Earth

Edited by Dahr Jamail & Stan Rushworth

A powerful, intimate collection of conversations with Indigenous Americans on the climate crisis and the Earth's future. Although for a great many people, the human impact on the Earth was not apparent until recently, this is not the case for all people or cultures. For the Indigenous people of the world, radical alteration of the planet, and of life itself, is a story that is many generations long. They have had to adapt, to persevere, and to be courageous and resourceful in the face of genocide and destruction--and their experience has given them a unique understanding of civilizational devastation.

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Bright Green Lies: How the Environmental Movement Lost Its Way and What We Can Do About It

Derrick Jensen, Lierre Keith, Max Wilbert

Bright Green Lies systematically debunks many of the lies and distortions that characterize the discourse of those who argue that 'technology will stop global warming' or that 'technology will save the planet.' The book has a chapter devoted to debunking claims that each of following will individually or collectively power this culture sustainably; or help the planet: solar power, wind power, recycling, 'efficiency, ' batteries and other forms of energy storage, changes in the electrical grid, and hydropower. 

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Overshoot: The Ecological Roots of Revolutionary Change

William Catton

A calm but unflinching realist, Catton suggests that we have already overshot the Earth's capacity.. He contradicts those scientists, engineers, and technocrats who continue to write optimistically about energy alternatives. Catton asserts that the technological panaceas proposed by those who would harvest from the seas, harness the winds, and farm the deserts are ignoring the fundamental premise that "the principals of ecology apply to all living things." These principles tell us that, within a finite system, economic expansion is not irreversible and population growth cannot continue indefinitely.

Videos & Podcasts
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Post Doom Conversations

Michael Dowd

Regenerative conversations with leading voices exploring overshoot grief, grounding, and gratitude.

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Current Thinking by Meg

Margaret Wheatley

Margaret Wheatley considered an Elder in the Collapse movement offers guidance and support about how to live in these times.

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Jem Bendell You Tube Channel

Jem Bendell

Prof Jem Bendell is the author of "Deep Adaptation: a map for navigating the climate tragedy"  This channel collate videos and talks connected to that theme.

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In The Deep

Catherine Ingram 

In the Deep with Catherine Ingram is a series of intimate conversations with cultural, artistic, and philosophical luminaries to explore matters of the heart in our precarious times.

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Islands of Sanity Within a Sea of Chaos

Carolyn Baker

In the Deep with Catherine Ingram is a series of intimate conversations with cultural, artistic, and philosophical luminaries to explore matters of the heart in our precarious times.

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Last Born in the Wilderness

Patrick Farnsworth

Last Born In The Wilderness, is a weekly-released podcast that covers such broad topics as anthropogenic climate change, radical political theory and praxis, animism, psychedelics, and current events.

Groups & Online Communities
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Positive Deep Adaptation

Facebook Group

A place for sharing information on our outer and inner deep adaptation to unfolding societal breakdown due to climate change. 

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Near Term Human Extinction Support Group

Facebook Group

The Near Term Human Extinction Support Group is for people who have accepted that HUMAN EXTINCTION IS INEVITABLE IN THE NEAR TERM due to anthropogenic global warming (AGW) and the consequences, based on trends determined by scientific research.

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Post Doom Discussions

Michael Dowd 

Post Doom, No Gloom - Weekly 2 hour Zoom Discussion meetings on a vairety of issues related to collapse.

Post Doom Bloom - Women’s Circle - Weekly women’s circle to blossom together in collapse awareness and acceptance.

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Extinction Rebellion

World Wide

Join a global and politically non-partisan movement where they use non-violent direct action to persuade governments to act justly on the climate and ecological emergency.

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Death Cafe

World Wide

At a Death Cafe people drink tea, eat cake and discuss death. Our aim is to increase awareness of death to help people make the most of their (finite) lives.

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Climate Psychology Alliance

World Wide

The Climate Psychology Alliance welcomes anyone and everyone to its membership who wants to engage in addressing the psychological aspects of the climate emergency.

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Climate for Change

Australia

We are the only organisation in Australia specifically focussed on helping people to have conversations with their peers on climate change.

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Good Grief Network

World Wide

The Good Grief Network builds personal resilience while strengthening community ties to help combat despair, inaction, eco-anxiety, and other heavy emotions in the face of daunting systemic predicaments. 

 
 
 
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