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Welcome to the Professions' Network of the Deep Adaptation Forum: an international space to connect and collaborate with other professionals who are exploring implications of a near-term societal collapse due to climate change. There is no need to wait for your fellow professionals to wake up to our predicament. Through this free forum you can join regular webinars, seek advice and co-create shared resources for your field of expertise.

Only together might we extend the glide and soften the fall. If you are starting on integrating your awareness of likely near-term collapse into your personal, professional and political life, then this forum is for you. - Professor Jem Bendell, originator of the Deep Adaptation concept.

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Prof Bendell's blog

Avoiding Davos Disease as Climate Activists

In announcing the theme for Davos 2020, the Executive Chairman at the World Economic Forum (WEF) explained that: “People are revolting against the economic ‘elites’ they believe have betrayed them…” In case you didn’t realise, Professor Klaus Schwab, was not welcoming the news. He was not celebrating the uprising of people calling for a different… Continue reading … Continue

The economics of extinction: a reason for rebellion

Prof Jem Bendell and Rabbi Jeffrey Newman This article originally appeared on Extinction Rebellion’s blog on March 20th 2019 and republished here for ease of access. What would a sane society do, knowing that one of its luxury food supplies was being exhausted? Consume less perhaps? Or grow more? Japan, knowing that the Bluefin tuna… Continue reading … Continue