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Do We Really Want Regulations Cut?

Brest van Kempen, Carel

We’ve heard a lot lately about regulations, and unless I miss my guess, we can expect to […]

The Future Looks Bright: Do the benefits of rooftop solar justify the credits provided?

Leibowitz, Heather

As we make the climb out of the winter season, we’re bound to see more chilly days, […]

What the River Knows: Siem Reap, Cambodia

Irland, Basia

This article was originally published by National Geographic’s Water Currents. The original can be found here. Siem Reap, […]

Can the world fight climate change in the era of Trump? Former White House science adviser thinks so.

Kroh, Kiley

Dr. Holdren weighs in on climate science, denial, and why every president needs a science adviser. This article […]

Reflections on Michael C. Tobias’s and Jane Gray Morrison’s Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene

Wagner, David

David Wagner. Ph.D. reviews Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene by Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison. You can […]

What the River Knows: Yaqui River, Sonora, Mexico

Irland, Basia

This article was originally published by National Geographic’s Water Currents. The original can be found here.   Yaqui […]

Paul Ehrlich reviews Tobias and Morrison’s most recent book –“Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene”

Ehrlich, Paul R.

This week’s post is a review of Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison’s most recent book –Anthrozoology: […]

What the River Knows: Nisqually River, Washington State

Irland, Basia

This article was originally published by National Geographic’s Water Currents. The original can be found here. Birthed in […]

Avoiding Trade-Offs: Can population policies promote environmental protection and alleviate poverty?

Casey, Gregory, Galor, Oded

Introduction Climate change has the potential to cause significant harm to people and the planet (Stern, 2007; […]

Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene

Michael Charles Tobias & Jane Gary Morrison: This groundbreaking work of both theoretical and experiential thought by […]

Average people can make a difference on global challenges, says researcher

Caroline Newman with UVA Today sat down with Thomas Batemen to discuss the recent article Batemen published […]

Ecological Artist Basia Irland and Her “Ice Books” Engage Communities and Restore Rivers

Irland, Basia, Postel, Sandra

This article was originally published by National Geographic’s Water Currents. The original can be found here. Basia […]

Kigali Principles for Peacekeeping: Protecting civilians becoming a priority

Woolery, Chuck

The Kigali Principles On December 14th, the US Institute of Peace held an event with two impressive […]

Food security requires a new revolution

In their 2015 article, Paul R. Ehrlich and John Harte reflect on the challenge of feeding the […]

MAN vs Earth –Spoken Word Artist Prince Ea

In a short film directed by Spencer Sharp, spoken word artist Prince Ea’s powerful verses put human […]

The irreversible momentum of clean energy

Private-sector efforts help drive decoupling of emissions and economic growth US President Barack Obama argues in this […]

10 reasons to reconsider democracy –A non-comprehensive list

Aydurmus, Didem

One phrase we often hear is “Don’t kill the messenger.” It is meant as a reminder that […]

The Futile War between Conservationists and Farmers: Conservation and Production Biodiversity

Beattie, Andrew

Recent high profile conservation articles blame the loss of biodiversity on agriculture (e.g.: Biodiversity: The ravages of […]

Ecoethics: Now Central to All Ethics

Paul R. Ehrlich considers how the intra- and inter-generational issues central to ecoethics run ubiquitously through human […]

MAHB Site Roundup

We would like to wish you a happy holiday season and all the best for the coming […]

Political Science in a New Era

Paul R. Ehrlich and Dennis C. Pirages reflect on the converging and interconnected challenges of “greater economic […]

Vanishing

This interactive tool from CNN explores the mass extinction crisis. You can find the tool here.

These JeffCo Students Are Learning About Climate Change By Taking On ‘The Sixth Extinction’

Jenny Brundin with Colorado Public Radio reports on a high school class’s exploration of climate change, rapid […]

Can We Save the World? Part II

Burkey, Tormod V.

This article is the second in a two-part series by Tormod V. Burkey. Part One: Can We […]

A Bold Vision For Our Future: 100 Percent Renewable Energy

Many people around the world, and particularly in the U.S. following the 2016 presdidential elecion, are asking […]

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