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Confronting Our Global Growth Obsession

York Suzanne

This article was originally published via Transition Earth, it can be found here. A longer version of […]

The Greatest Challenges of Our Time

László Szombatfalvy sets out to identify and analyze the greatest challenges facing mankind: “The deeper my insights […]

Trade-Off: Financial System Supply-Chain Cross-Contagion

A study in global systemic collapse. Using a scenario involving the collapse of the Eurozone, David Korowicz […]

The Global Risks Report 2017, 12th Edition

Consulting responses from the Global Risks Perception Survey, the World Economic Forum outlines the primary global risks […]

Meadows Memorandum

A new economic model for a finer future Leading For Well-Being puts forth its memorandum on how […]

Insights into pangolin conservation: The importance of research at a regional scale

Panaino, Wendy

Pangolins have gained fame over the past decade, unfortunately not for good reasons. Currently listed as the […]

Why We Must Talk About Population

Assadourian, Erik

Erik Assadourian responds to David Roberts’ Self-Censorship on Overpopulation. This article is cross-published by the Worldwatch Institute […]

MAHB October 2017 Newsletter

In a time dominated by caricatures and stereotypes, the MAHB has chosen to use this issue of its […]

Public funding and radon poisoning, what’s the link?

Morgan, Jessica

It has only been a short while since the news of drastic budget trimming on various EPA […]

Population Media Center: Find the Truth

Bish, Joe

The following essay was adapted from PMC’s annual campaign mini-site. Every Population Media Center TV and radio show […]

Rescue US energy innovation

In this comment piece, authors Laura Diaz Anadon, Kelly Sims Gallagher, and John P. Holdren argue for […]

Open Thread | How do you talk to your family and friends about the climate crisis? Other existential challenges?

Somehow September is coming to an end already. For many this time of year can mean bracing […]

More-Persistent Weak Stratospheric Polar Vortex States Linked to Cold Extremes

As winter draws nearer for the Northern Hemisphere, are the cold snaps and blizzards of recent years […]

Brian Jarvi’s African Menagerie

The backstory of AFRICAN MENAGERIE consists of a calculated subtext intended to dramatize the urgency of the […]

Population Media Center Harnesses Positive Social Tipping Points – with Entertainment

Bish, Joe

The following essay was adapted from PMC’s annual campaign mini-site. The natural world is filled with tipping points. […]

Switzerland, where are your two extra planets?

One year ago Swiss voters weighed in on a green economy ballot initiative, which ultimately did not […]

I’m an environmental journalist, but I never write about overpopulation. Here’s why.

After being asked multiple times why he hardly ever talks explicitly about population, environmental journalist David Roberts […]

Population Media Center: Give Her Allies

Bish, Joe

The following essay was adapted from PMC’s annual campaign mini-site. They say no man (or woman) is an […]

Capturing Ecology: BES Annual Photography Competition

The deadline for the British Ecological Society’s Annual Photography Competition, Capturing Ecology is fast approaching —Friday, 22 […]

pH: A Novel

In her recent book, pH: A Novel, Nancy Lord uses fiction to bring attention to the threat ocean […]

How the World Breaks: Life in Catastrophe’s Path, from the Caribbean to Siberia

The age of natural disasters is coming to a close. Where we once saw spontaneous destruction from […]

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, […]

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