The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere: Responding to the human predicament. Reducing the threat of a shattering collapse of civilization.
The Restoration: Using negative emissions to reduce the amount of CO2
The Restoration as an immediate imperative: Using negative emissions to reduce the amount of CO2 to below […]
Long-Term Trajectories of Human Civilization
What will human civilization look like in one million, one billion, or one trillion years? These are […]
Only a Global Green New Deal Can Save the Planet
Bernie Sanders’s Green New Deal is nothing short of remarkable. It faces the climate challenge more honestly and comprehensively […]
Moving from Resistance to Repair
The climate movement has excelled at resistance but is missing a crucial, essential element: a focus on […]
Sola schola et sanitate: human capital as the root cause and priority for international development?
This paper summarizes new scientific evidence supporting the hypothesis that among the many factors contributing to international […]
Making family planning accessible in resource-poor settings
It is imperative to make family planning more accessible in low resource settings. The poorest couples have […]
Quick Guide: The Anthropocene
What is the Anthropocene? If aliens should one day visit Earth, would they conclude that this planet […]
Jonathan Franzen generates heat with light, so what’s the big deal?
On September 8, the New Yorker published an article by Jonathan Franzen titled, “What if we stopped […]
Ethical perspectives on population and the Sustainable Development Goals
On the 25th of September, two core members of The Overpopulation Project attended the “Ethical perspectives on […]
The Next System – A MAHB Dialogue with Political Economist Gar AlperovitzGeoffrey Holland
‘The reconstruction of the nation’s underlying political-economy—away from corporate domination, towards democracy and community rebuilt from the […]
We Need to Talk!
Join the Post Carbon Institute in their upcoming webinar, We Need to Talk! Thursday October 10th 11am […]
The first population policies implemented in Africa: the case of TunisiaPatrícia Dérer
It is more important now than ever to talk about population. What will we do if we […]
Climate Change Threatens the World’s Food Supply, United Nations Warns
The world’s land and water resources are being exploited at “unprecedented rates,” a new United Nations report warns, which […]
Rethinking depopulation and land abandonment – the opportunity of rewilding
Thirty countries around the world have declining human populations. With the exception of Japan, these are European […]
Tomgram: Michael Klare, A Formula for Catastrophe in the Arctic
It’s a record-breaking moment. As Dahr Jamail, author of The End of Ice, pointed out recently at Truthout, amid the planet’s […]
New road risks Pandora’s box of disruption in world’s most biodiverse national park
The riot of roads exploding across our planet—bringing with it waves of habitat destruction and biodiversity loss—at […]
How do we navigate the Global 21st Century?
How do we navigate the Global 21st Century? The MAHB has created a series of DebateGraph maps to […]
Fact Free Science is Not a Thing – A MAHB Dialogue with Filmmaker, Educator Monty HempelGeoffrey Holland
Geoffrey Holland – Science denial has been a particularly troublesome issue when it comes to building the […]
A Painter’s Search for Meaning In A Time Of CrisisChester Arnold
This blog is the first in the Environmental Impact II series produced by David Wagner. Humanity is no […]