A 21st-Century Approach to Energy, Part III – What Can I Do? with Charlie Stephens

A Short Preview:

Let’s talk about how to redesign the system so we don’t have to debate about climate change. Just remember that every single thing the racketeers say about climate change, and everything they say they’re doing in response, is a lie.
~ Charlie Stephens

By Catherine Austin Fitts

In August, the Solari Report published two interviews with independent energy consultant and systems engineer Charlie Stephens that were among our most popular offerings of 2023. Our subscribers’ enthusiastic response shows that many of us are hungry for actionable intelligence about energy.

As we saw in Parts I and II, many “rackets” profit from our current, highly wasteful energy model. The racketeers are now trying to consolidate their technocratic control over energy. Though the challenges posed by central control may seem daunting, there is much we can do—at the household, neighborhood, and community levels—to become more energy-resilient. Finding ways to evolve our relationship with energy, becoming more self-sufficient and productive, will be an important task in the months and years ahead.

Our Part III discussion focuses on some of the practical solutions available. Join us for what promises to be another stimulating conversation about energy!

Money & Markets:

In Money & Markets this week, John Titus and I will cover the latest events and continue to discuss the financial and geopolitical trends Solari is tracking in 2023—and the pushback rocking and rolling us around the globe. Post questions at the Money & Markets commentary here.

Related Solari Reports:

A 21st-Century Approach to Energy with Charlie Stephens, Part I and Part II

Related Resources:

Read This: Before You Design, Build or Renovate (Building Science.com Corporation)

Healthy and Affordable Housing: Practical Recommendations for Building, Renovating and Maintaining Housing (Building America)

Building America Tools and Resources

Building America Climate-Specific Guidance

Home Improvement Expert (Pacific Northwest National Lab)

Building Science Advisor (for architects, designers, contractors, and builders)

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