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I live just up the Hamakua Coast from Richard Ha, so maybe it isn't too much of a surprise that I sencod his comments. I too want clear presentations of what we are learning about the kinds of risks that the future holds. I also would like to see more about what we can do as individuals and communities to mitigate those risks. Richard and I live in rural Hawaii, so we start out with many fewer risks than most (we don't need heat or AC and gardens grow year-round), but practical steps that we can use to wean ourselves from fossil fuels will always be useful. Evaluations of steps that others have already taken would be very interesting.Such practical steps also bring up the Peak Oil PR controversy. While gloom and doom over the demise of fossil fueled industrial civilization may be realistic, it has some psychological drawbacks as a means of preparing the newly aware for the future. But most folks find increasing one's self sufficiency a positive and reasonable strategy anytime, and especially if the future is uncertain. I don't think that Our Finite World needs to become another Mother Earth News or Home Power, but more stories about practical steps to take to increase household self-sufficiency, especially for city folks, would be valuable for many.