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#INNGEForum: Developing priorities for core ecological teaching in schools

INNGE invites you to participate in the second #INNGEforum for open online discussion of pressing topics for […]

New from the MAHB: The Climate Change Challenge and Barriers to the Exercise of Foresight Intelligence

The recently published article from MAHB members in BioScience takes a critical look at why it has […]

In Response: The Climate Change Challenge and Barriers to the Exercise of Foresight Intelligence

Doug Carmichael provides additional thoughts in response to the recently published article The Climate Change Challenge and Barriers […]

Visual Narratives of Humanity’s Impact

Mary Helsaple

Early in my career, I loved the mechanics of printmaking, and drawing and I began to create […]

Transforming transformation

Ilan Kelman

A transformation is haunting Europe. The transformation of a discourse. Sustainability research is being driven by a […]

Hotspots Exclusive Interview

Michael Charles Tobias, Sarah Dumas

This interview was originally published by Her Campus on April 22, 2016, and is republished here with […]

Part I of Conservation, Divided: Has big conservation gone astray?

“The world’s biggest conservation groups have embraced a human-centric approach known as ‘new conservation.’ But is it […]

Population, Resources, and the Faith-Based Economy: the Situation in 2016

How has the population-resource-environment situation changed since the publishing of The Population Bomb in 1968? Paul and Anne […]

Active Remedy Ltd. showcases Sacred Groves and Green Corridors for climate adaptation

Since 2003 Active Remedy Ltd. has been researching the relationship between the global water cycle, climate and […]

Golden Grounds

The Global Soil Forum unveils its international web campaign with the release of the song Golden Grounds by Berlin artist […]

Environment, Art and Us

Martin Stupich

I’ve been asked here to describe my “hopes and aspirations for the role that art and artists […]

Most Of Us Believe In Global Warming, But That’s Not Enough To Stop It

Across recently released polls the American perception of our link to climate change is shifting. Nick Visser […]

Winrock International Volunteer Opportunity: Bangladesh Women’s Empowerment Activity

Winrock International is seeking a volunteer expert to assess the Bangladesh Women’s Empowerment Activity’s (WEA) current social mobilization […]

10 Environmental Habits to Take Up This Earth Week

Tim Sparke

The environment always needs a helping hand and there’s no time like the present. Why put off […]

Create a new narrative on economic reform and climate policy

We are seeking to engage the global audience and create a new narrative to discuss a new […]

Weekly Roundup | April 9th-15th

This week featured on the MAHB site: Ancient Białowieża Forest facing major destruction Bold ● Large ● […]

Bold ● Large ● Layered ● Minimalist ● Environmental

David Wagner

 Essay excerpted with permission of Author from: The Wildlife Art of Ron Kingswood You could say that […]

Zika Virus and Birth Defects — Reviewing the Evidence for Causality

“On the basis of this review, we conclude that a causal relationship exists between prenatal Zika virus […]

Fire in a Warming World: One Environmental Impact

Suze Woolf

A life-long outdoor person, I have watched a warming climate become increasingly evident in my Pacific Northwest […]

The sharing economy comes to scientific research

My husband is a brilliant man with a deep love for home improvement shows. I could do […]

Ancient Białowieża Forest facing major destruction

Grzegorz Mikusinski, Malgorzata Blicharska

When you travel through European plains, you can hardly see any old forest — not to mention […]

Youth’s Landmark Climate Change Case Moves Forward

The 21 young Plaintiffs involved in the landmark climate change case in Oregon, received a major victory […]

Weekly Roundup April 2nd-8th

The week kicked off with the release of Impacts of Climate Change on Human Health in the […]

#ECRPaper: Exploring the psychological side of fertility preferences

The evolved psychological mechanisms of fertility motivation: hunting for causation in a sea of correlation ABSTRACT: Cultural, […]

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