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A Political Party Argues for Degrowth

Mark Burton shares a recent interview between the magazine 15/15\15 and Catalan Government member of parliament Sergi Saladié. Saladié […]

The Center for Biological Diversity | Address Human Population Growth… Better Than Ed

The Center for Biological Diversity’s project Crowded Planet is working with Ed Begley Jr. to spread the word […]

Managing our Natural Resources for the Benefit of All

Khosla, Ashok

This article was originally published by Alternative Perspectives on August 17, 2017. The original article can be […]

September 27th | The Connection Between Conservation, Health & Development: Report-back from Uganda

September 27th, 7:00 pm (PDT) Sierra Club San Francisco Bay Chapter | 2530 San Pablo Ave #1, […]

The Earth’s Environment is at a Crossroads. Solutions Exist. The Time for Action is Now.

A press statement from Blue Planet Prize laureates: Tom Lovejoy, Jane Lubchenco, and Bob Watson. There is […]

Population Growth Means a City Is Thriving, or Does It?

Public officials and reporters alike adopt the myth that bigger is better. That’s not always the case. […]

Population Media Center: Using Fiction to Create More Sustainable Realities

Bish, Joe

The following essay was adapted from PMC’s annual campaign mini-site. You’ve probably heard the saying: “Don’t think […]

Would the Military Really Have To Obey a Trump Command To Fire a Nuclear Weapon?

Colangelo, Anthony J.

This article was originally published as a Nautilus Peace and Security Special Report on August 4, 2017. […]

November 17 | World Vasectomy Day 2017

Will you help us save the planet? A donation of $100 covers two vasectomies around the world, […]

Population Workbook

Introduction This work was undertaken in the belief that POPULATION EXPANSION MUST BE STOPPED AND REVERSED, if […]

Age of the Nuclear Moron

Cribb, Julian

“As democracy is perfected, the office of president represents, more and more closely, the inner soul of […]

The Anthropocene: Humanity’s lasting influence on Earth

A new factsheet from Transition Earth provides a brief overview of what it means to have entered […]

Poetry on Overpopulation

Phillips, Esther

I’ve been campaigning on overpopulation for the last ten years because I know that every effort I […]

Population Matters | Ask the Natural History Museum in London to provide the whole truth about the natural world

Population Matters is petitioning the Natural History Museum in London to include more information for visitors on how […]

Move Upstream: A Call to Solve Overpopulation

Karen I. Shragg urges social and environmental activists to turn their attention and actions upstream: “Working on […]

Why We Don’t Need Coercive Population Control

Earl, Jake

In his recent post on this blog, “When and How Will Growth Cease?,” Jason G. Brent argues […]

Contraceptual Art

Grossman, Richard

I first learned about Conceptual Art from a wonderful lecture on genres of art. The concept idea of making Contraceptual Art immediately […]

When and How Will Growth Cease?

Brent, Jason G.

Only with knowledge will humanity survive. Our search for knowledge will encounter uncertainties and unknowns, but search […]

When optimism spells disaster…

Cribb, Julian

One of the most dangerous threats to the human future in this, the Age of Perils, is […]

The MAHB Art Community: A reflection on the initiative and call for contributions

Gavenus, Erika

When the MAHB launched its Art Community space in February of 2016, it did so in recognition […]

In 2017, Earth Overshoot Day is August 2nd

By August 2, 2017, we will have used more from nature than the planet can renew in the […]

World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice

On the 25th anniversary of the renowned World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity initiated by the Union of […]

Call for Applicants for the Award for Conservation Excellence (ACE)

NEW AWARD-Call for Applicants for the Award for Conservation Excellence (ACE) Artist and conservationist John Banovich, through […]

6 Steps To Cultivating Future-Ready Students

Gourmelon, Gaelle

This post was originally published by the Worldwatch Institute. The original piece can be found here. At a […]

Webinar | Fewer Children: A Moral Responsibility

The long silence has been broken! 9 to 10:15 pm U.S. Eastern Daylight Time, August 9, 2017 A […]

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