6&6 A Science-Art Collaboration: Exploring the patterns and processes of the Sonoran Desert and Gulf of California

Posted April 27th, 2017

Gavenus, Erika, Kapoor, Maya L.

What do deserts bring to mind for you? For some they are stark. Unforgiving. Isolating. For others […]

When political fantasy trumps scientific fact

Posted April 25th, 2017

Cribb, Julian

During the 1930s, around ten million Russians and Ukrainians starved to death in a horrific event known […]

Listening to Extinction: Rachmaninoff, science, and a moral call to action

Posted April 20th, 2017

McCabe, Rachelle, Moore, Kathleen Dean

It is impossible to hear the silence of vanished birdsong. We can’t see the absence of rainbow […]

Recapturing the Inverted Systems of Our Civilization

Posted April 18th, 2017

Beck, Justin, Keskin, Eda

The financial crisis precipitating in 2008-9 led many of us to a number of stark observations about […]

Arthur Singer: The Wildlife Art of an American Master

Posted April 13th, 2017

Wagner, David

David Wagner shares an excerpt from his introduction to the soon-to-be published book: Arthur Singer: The Wildlife […]

The War on Facts – Why Science Loses Against Populism

Posted April 11th, 2017

Aydurmus, Didem

At first sight the idea of a War on Facts may appear too strong. However, the consequences […]

Nature Unleashed

Posted April 6th, 2017

O'Brien, Mary

You’ve been to this place before, probably at this exact spot listening to the river, waiting for […]

Engaging the Unengaged

Posted April 4th, 2017

Gaines, Andrew

Many of the people in the MAHB are academics or activists. In my view most activists need […]

Lending Aesthetic Weight to Restoration

Posted March 30th, 2017

Gavenus, Erika, O'Brien, Mary

Adobe Creek runs through the heart of California’s Silicon Valley Redwood Grove Park. Since 2013, a deep […]

Stickiness: Building up cumulative impact

Posted March 28th, 2017

Gaines, Andrew

Those of us who have lived in snow country will recall rolling balls of snow to make […]