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Welcome to the Azimuth Project!
The Azimuth Project is an international collaboration to create a focal point for scientists and engineers interested in saving the planet. Our goal is to make clearly presented, accurate information on the relevant issues easy to find, and to help people work together on our common problems.
“Saving the planet” may sound pompous. But the very health of the planet is in peril because of the actions of humankind. Whether it is global warming, mass extinction, peak oil, or other problems, we need to be prepared on many fronts for an uncertain future.
Our goal is not to replace or compete with existing sources of information, but to provide a bird’s-eye view of the information that already exists. We want to make it easy for any scientist or engineer to understand the whole problem and understand specialist literature in many subjects outside their particular domain of expertise.
For more, check out:
The Azimuth Project— an overview of the project.
The Azimuth Blog — a blog.
The Azimuth Forum — a discussion forum for the project.
The Azimuth Talk Series — for explaining Azimuth ideas to others.
The Azimuth Code Project — a software project.
Do you want to help with the Azimuth Project? Great! We need you!
You can write articles, contribute information, pose questions, fill in details, write software, help with research, help with writing, and more. Your special expertise is very valuable.
Read the Azimuth Project goals so you know our overall goals.
Look at the Open projects page to see what we’re doing, and how you can join in.
Discuss what we’re doing in the Azimuth Forum. Even better, join the forum so you can log any changes you make to Azimuth Project pages, and join the conversation there.
Help edit this wiki to update material and add new information.
Tasks contains a list of short-term things to be done.
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