Overshoot is the reason civilization is going to collapse. Climate change, biodiversity loss, and resource depletion are merely symptoms.
Collapse Catch-Up: May 28-June 2, 2023
News about wildfires, water shortages, accelerated global warming, plastic rain, planetary boundaries, food insecurity, war, and more.
How to Get in Shape for The Collapse
Getting in shape is not only important for leading a healthy life, but crucial for surviving in times of crisis or collapse.
Preparedness 101 – Get Ready for Disaster in Just 7 Days
This 7-day preparedness guide will equip you with all the know-how to transform yourself into a disaster-ready survivalist.
Collapse Catch-Up: May 21-27, 2023
News about wildfires, droughts, climate protests, pollution, biodiversity loss, bird flu, the economy, World War III, and much more.
How to Store Meat Without Electricity: 6 Methods
Learn how to preserve and store meat without the use of electricity with these 6 methods. Perfect for those who want to stockpile meat.
How to Survive a Summer Power Outage
Learn how to survive a power outage with these tips, including how to prepare an emergency kit and how to stay cool during a blackout.
Collapse Catch-Up: May 14-20, 2023
News about catastrophic floods, lakes drying up, people struggling to afford food, and signs we’re in the worst mass extinction event ever.
Post-Collapse Professions – 10 Skills That Will Be In High-Demand
A chicken tractor is a movable coop that allows you to keep chickens on different parts of your land. Here’s how to build a chicken tractor.
50+ Tools You’ll Need After The Collapse
This list covers over 50 essential tools you’ll need to stockpile in order to survive in a post-collapse world.
Collapse Catch-Up: May 7-13, 2023
This week we have news about record-breaking heatwaves, massive wildfires, sea level rise, mass extinction, economic meltdown, and much more.
If We’re All Going To Die In The Collapse, Why Bother Prepping?
If we’re all going to die from the collapse of civilization, then should we even bother prepping? The answer is yes, and here’s why.
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