Welcome to UK Collapse and Collapse network
This website is the home of UK Collapse and Global Collapse Radio.
We are here to document the collapse of human industrial civilisation, whilst creating the awareness of a Natural Law Resource Based Economy as a viable solution to the current financial paradigm we are currently under which is decaying before our very eyes and with it, the destruction of the world around us as the infinite growth paradigm forces more consumption, more pollution and more social unrest and breakdown.
Over time our radio station has grown with an ever growing international listener base and as such we evolved UK Collapse Radio to Global Collapse Radio to become more relevent to our friend's in other countries. It was then decided to merge the two Collapse website's, www.uk-collapse.com and www.ukcollapseradio.com into one site.
Please see the menu at the top of the page for further information on collapse and how and what you can do to better prepare yourself and those around you.
Tune in to our internet radio station Global Collapse Radio for our live show's broadcast once a week every wednesday as well as a 24hr running loop of thought provoking interviews, documentries and information.
See the Global Collapse Radio menu for more info on our very own Collapse Radio.
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Can you resolve these three questions/problem's logically without realizing the need to remove the Market Economy?
If so: Make a video or email it to us: email@example.com
The Three Questions: (please watch the video before answering the below as the premise is explained as in great detail.)
1) Given the market economy requires consumption in order to maintain demand for human employment and further economic growth as needed, is there a structural incentive to reduce resource use, biodiversity loss, the global pollution footprint and hence assist the ever-increasing need for improved ecological sustainability in the world today?
2) In an economic system where companies seek to limit their production costs (“cost efficiency”) in order to maximize profits and remain competitive against other producers, what structural incentive exists to keep human beings employed, in the wake of an emerging technological condition where the majority of jobs can now be done more cheaply and effectively by machine automation?
3) In an economic system which inherently generates class stratification and overall inequity, how can the effects of “Structural Violence” - a phenomenon noted by public health researchers to kill well over 18 million a year, generating a vast range of systemic detriments such as behavioral, emotional and physical disorders – be minimized or even removed as an effect?