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What’s your priority: money, purpose, or the planet?- Webinar

The MAHB would like to tell you about an event that Vicki Robin, Grant Sabatier, and Asher Miller are organizing that […]

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Sea Change Needed in Managing the Ocean and the Planet

The marine environment is changing rapidly due to carbon dioxide emissions into the atmosphere, which are warming, […]

Soothing Noah Smith’s Fears about a Post-Growth World

Last week Foreign Policy published an article I wrote titled “Why growth can’t be green.”  It stirred a lively […]

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We Have Been Warned – Will We Respond in Time?

Stuart Scott

We are now being warned on nearly a daily basis by an assortment of voices from institutions, […]

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Jeremy Grantham on population growth, China and climate sceptics

The world’s most powerful environmentalist’ on battling the ‘misinformation machine’ and why China is his ‘secret weapon’ […]

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Love Polar Bears? Then Have Fewer Children

Sibylle Frey

We are now experiencing unsustainability at all levels, ranging from deforestation, habitat destruction, species extinction, atmospheric and […]

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Broadening the conversation

Top news this week was the UN IPCC’s dire warning that humanity has a little over a […]

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Why We Ride Out Life-Threatening Storms and Do Other Crazy Things

I’ve been wrestling with a chronic problem we in the insurance industry haven’t been able to crack […]

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Climate report understates threat

The UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5 degrees Celsius, released […]

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IPCC Report on Global Warming of 1.5 °C

Summary for Policymakers of IPCC Special Report on Global Warming of 1.5ºC approved by governments INCHEON, Republic […]

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Peering into the Plasticene, our future of plastic and plastic waste

Pete Myers

This article was originally published in Environmental Health News on August 13, 2018  The challenge is undeniably […]

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37 things you need to know about 1.5C global warming

The UN published a summary on the science of 1.5C global warming on Monday. It’s a big deal. This […]

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A Gender Equal Partnership for Planetary Stewardship- A MAHB Dialogue with Author, Humanist Riane Eisler

Holland, Geoffrey

This is an ongoing Q&A blog series focused on the need to embrace our common planetary citizenship. […]

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Nature Needs Half Webinar with Vance Martin and Amy Lewis

We would like to invite you to join Nature Needs Half’s webinar with Vance Martin and Amy Lewis . Thursday October […]

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The Collapse of Global Civilization Has Begun

But this doesn’t mean we have to give up hope. Only the fewest today think that global […]

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Why Grass-fed Livestock Does Not Offer a Significant Solution to Climate Change

Tara Garnett

This piece was originally published in The Conversation on October 3, 2017 and is re-published here with […]

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Peak US Exceptionalism: Study Finds American Human Capital Yield Has Unexpectedly Collapsed

More evidence that American exceptionalism has peaked. According to the first-ever scientific report ranking countries by their […]

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The Earth Armistice

Boudreau, Thomas

ADDRESSING CLIMATE CHANGE THROUGH THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL AS A FUNDAMENTAL THREAT TO LIFE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT AND […]

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Road Kill

The world is experiencing an unprecedented highway building boom – with untold consequences for the planet’s wildlife, […]

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Opec predicts massive rise in oil production over next five years

Increasing demand from airlines will more than offset reductions from electric cars. World oil production will soar […]

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The Great Mismatch

Daniel Blumstein, Ehrlich, Paul R.

This article was originally published in BioScience We live in an extraordinary time where many of our […]

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The Fox News Effect Webinar with Paul Ehrlich

Thank you to everyone who joined the MAHB is discussing the Fox News Effect with Paul Ehrlich. […]

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Kindness: An unsung climate change tool

When you think of climate change and community resilience, visions of seawalls, renewable energy projects and other physical things […]

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The Ecological Crisis is a Political Crisis

Kevin MacKay

With each passing day, reports on global climate change become increasingly bleak. Recent research has affirmed that […]

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The Chemical-Free Food Movement Turning Dusty Land Into Fertile Paradise

It’s called permaculture, and advocates say it could feed the world.   Kristof and Stacia Nordin’s 3.7-acre […]

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