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MAHB Site Roundup | June 18th-24th

Many new and exciting resources have been added to the MAHB site, please find some of the […]

Aspirational science

Joern Fischer with Leuphana University Lueneburg argues that scientists not only need to search for better answers, […]

Wildlife Art as a Rallying Cry in a Time of Mass Extinction

Todd Wilkinson

Allow me to vent a serious frustration:  For as much as they like to tout the importance […]

Socially constructed silence? Protecting policymakers from the unthinkable.

Paul Hoggett, Rosemary Randall

This article was originally published by Transformation, a Section of the independent global media platform openDemocracy that […]

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 […]

MAHB Site Roundup! June 4th-17th

Many new and exciting resources have been added to the MAHB site over the past two weeks! […]

Michael Charles Tobias Reviews Sulekh C. Jain’s An Ahimsa Crisis: You Decide

Dancing Star Foundation President Michael Charles Tobias reviews Sulekh C. Jain’s An Ahimsa Crisis: You Decide.  An Ahimsa […]

Inspiring People to Look Again

Bart Walter

In promoting good stewardship of the planet, we need dedicated individuals from all walks of life to […]

In Response: Should There Be A Right To Have As Many Kids As You Want?

Jason G. Brent provides additional thoughts in response to the recently published post to the MAHB Blog: […]

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 […]

Should There Be A Right To Have As Many Kids As You Want?

Paul R. Ehrlich

Maintaining a civil society depends on a general acceptance of certain human rights and a collective (governmental) […]

The Open Mind: Nature and Extinction with Gerardo Ceballos

Conservationist Gerardo Ceballos discusses the dramatic decay of biodiversity on The Open Mind with Alexander Heffner. Let me tell […]

Out of Sight and Mind

Scott Greene

We wake, if we ever wake at all, to mystery, rumors of death, beauty, violence… – Annie […]

Codex Orféo

Dancing Star Foundation President, Dr. Michael Charles Tobias provides an arresting mediation on what survival really means, through […]

Why I Should Be Tolerant – Essays by Sunita Narain

On environment and environmentalism in the 21st century Through the cacophonony of current public discourse comes Sunita […]

Cultural Maturity Part II: Cultural Maturity and Today’s Environmental Imperative

Charles Johnston

The Institute for Creative Development is a Seattle-based think tank and center for advanced leadership training that […]

Climate Matters, James Hansen

In December of 2015, Dr. James Hansen spoke at COP 21 in Paris calling for placing a […]

The Metaphysics of Protection

In The Metaphysics of Protection, Dancing Star Foundation president, Michael Charles Tobias, and executive vice president, Jane […]

MAHB Site Roundup! May 28th – June 3rd

Many new and exciting resources have been added to the MAHB site over the past week! Please […]

Planetary Crisis: We are not all in this together

Climate & Capitalism editor Ian Angus takes a critical look at the metaphor of Spaceship Earth and […]

“Science is Creative”: Evolution is a life-changing game!

Evolutionary biologist and game creator Ariel Marcy shares how science is creative during a Pint of Science talk. […]

When is a population collapse a collapse?

A Bayesian approach for characterizing uncertainty in declaring a population collapse Highlights: (1) We provide a robust […]

Revealing Nature’s Vulnerabilities As Our Own

Lisa Lebofsky

The human relationship with nature is complex. We strive to find ways to protect ourselves from its […]

Cultural Maturity Part I: The Concept of Cultural Maturity

Charles Johnston

The Institute for Creative Development is a Seattle-based think tank and center for advanced leadership training that […]

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