With contributions from Douglas Rushkoff, Claire Wolfe and Charles Hugh Smith

We have grown accustomed to life in a stable and prosperous society, and many of us are not prepared for financial uncertainty.

Depression 2.0 is a practical, empowering, hands-on guide to persevering and even thriving in the event of an economic crisis. Placing particular emphasis on self-sufficiency, community-building, and personal resilience, this timely, informative book offers a hopeful way forward in a time of great uncertainty. Bankruptcy, barter, and survival investing are just a few of the important topics explored.

Chapters include:

  • Worst Case Scenario: Contemplating Unemployment
  • Down but Not Out: Economics for Leaner Times
  • Walking Away: Thinking about Bankruptcy
  • In Case of Emergency: The Resilient Home
  • Return to Simplicity: Retreat Options
  • Keeping the Lights on: Home Energy Solutions
  • Between the Cracks: When You Have No Shelter
  • Beyond Currency: When Greenbacks Go Bad
  • Survival Finances: Crisis Investing
  • Future Shift: The Road Ahead

Depression 2.0 is the fourth title in Process’ celebrated Self-Reliance Series, created to help urbanites make smart choices to live sustainably in the twenty-first century.