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The world is round; the economy should be circular

Posted July 17th, 2018

Tunstall, Thomas

Entropy, life-cycle accounting and the circular economy are terms and concepts indicative of how society looks at […]

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Family Planning Is a Human Right – Right?

Posted July 10th, 2018

Population Media Center

This article was originally published by Population Media Center on July 3, 2018 On July 11th, 2018, […]

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The next big change in environmental campaigning – the opportunity of our shared ‘compassionate’ values.

Posted July 3rd, 2018

Crompton, Tom

This article was originally published by the Common Cause Foundation, and is republished here with permission. Our […]

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Marsupial lions, dinos, and ‘roos, oh my! A game about biodiversity puts kids in the designer’s seat

Posted June 26th, 2018

Gavenus, Erika, Marcy, Ariel

Fulbright Scholar and University of Queensland evolutionary biology Ph.D. student, Ariel Marcy and the STEAM Galaxy Studios team merged […]

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Humanity’s Dysfunctional Nervous System

Posted June 19th, 2018

Holland, Geoffrey

In the modern world we know, the mass media – television, radio, and the internet – function […]

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Is Vasectomy a Women’s Issue?

Posted June 14th, 2018

Smith, Dedra

Around the world, about 33% of married women opt for tubal ligation as their best guarantee of […]

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The Silver Gun Hypothesis: New Model for a Sustainable Carbon Economy

Posted June 12th, 2018

Delton Chen

Introduction Many people are hoping that civilization will undergo an economic transformation for the objective of becoming […]

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EXTRACTION: Art on the Edge of the Abyss

Posted June 7th, 2018

Dobb, Edwin, Koch, Peter

The age of the sacrifice zone He could see farther into the ground than any other mining […]

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Empowering Conscious Consumption

Posted June 5th, 2018

Wilburn, Eric

What are the drivers of unconscious consumption? On May 14th, an interdisciplinary group of fifteen Stanford undergraduate […]

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When Winning in Court Won’t Save the Environment: Looking for a Plan “C” (Part 2)

Posted May 31st, 2018

Stronberg, Joel

Wouldn’t it be great if we could put questions of climate policy directly to voters? It would […]