Risk-Resilience Network Documents
The Risk/Resilience Network is an initiative which was established in order to understand energy induced systemic risk, the scope for risk management, and general and emergency planning.
Catastrophic Shocks in Complex Socio-Economic Systems—a pandemic perspective
Ignorance by Consensus
Trade Off: Financial system supply-chain cross contagion – a study in global systemic collapse
The Centre Cannot Hold!
On April 8, Feasta’s David Korowicz was the featured guest on From Alpha to Omega, a weekly podcast by Tom O’Brien. He spoke about the likelihood of economic collapse and what to expect in the coming years. You can listen to it here.…
Tipping Point: Near-Term Systemic Implications of a Peak in Global Oil Production – An Outline Review
The report Tipping Point: Near-Term Systemic Implications of a Peak in Global Oil Production, by David Korowicz of Feasta and the Risk/Resilience Network, is now available for download. The report argues that the defining dynamic of our civilisation is the withdrawal of energy from a complex and integrated system adapted only to growing. A managed “de-growth” is impossible; what is required is rapid emergency planning coupled with a plan for longer-term adaptation. …