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Reflections on an Extraordinary Time: Perspectives from a 21st-Century College Student

Marble, Jake

I’m sitting cross-legged, yogi-like, meditating next to a small pond in an endless forest under an endless […]

Reducing Inequalities and Ensuring Access to Basic Needs

Hazra, Srijani

This article was originally published by Alternative Perspectives. The original article can be found here. India is welcoming a trend […]

Racial Inequality and Boundaries of Analysis

Robinson, Keegan

We’re all familiar with the popular understanding of the Black Lives Matter movement, or at least the […]

The Blame Game, Testosterone and 2℃

Smith, W. Douglas

This article was originally published August, 2017 by Planet Experts. It can be found here. It is […]

Time of Great Dying: Population Bomb Bursts, the End of Old-Growth Forests, and the Great Awakening

Barry, Glen

Gaia, the living biosphere, is infested with humans. Not just any humans, but the type that grow […]

A Plan for the Nations

Byron, Arnold J.

Please consider this caveat. In this essay, whenever I use plural pronouns such as we, they, us, […]

Humanianity: From authoritarian ethics to rational ethics based upon the HUEP

Van Fleet, Bill

We hear more and more frequently that our species is affecting our planet (nonliving and living things, […]

Grotesque Global Inequity Threatens Ecological Collapse and Horrific Death for All

Barry, Glen

Hundreds of millions of global elites feast upon the finest delicacies a diminished Earth has to offer, […]

MIT Climate CoLab contest Shifting Attitudes and Behaviors

Gaines, Andrew

MAHB member Andrew Gaines submitted an entry to the current MIT Climate CoLab contest Shifting Attitudes and Behaviors. The submission is called Catalyzing systemic […]

Population Media Center: Two Crises, One Solution

Bish, Joe

How Raising the Status of Women Can Help the Environment The following essay was adapted from PMC’s annual […]