The Ecological Citizen, Interview with Paul Ehrlich
The Ecological Citizen editorial team interviews Paul R. Ehrlich on the extent his early research informed his views […]
World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice
“Twenty-five years ago, the Union of Concerned Scientists and more than 1700 independent scientists, including the majority of […]
Economic de-growth vs. steady-state economy
In this review of the concepts of economic de-growth and a steady-state economy, Kerschner concludes that the […]
An Ecolate View of the Human Predicament.
In a follow-up to his often cited article, Tragedy of the Commons, Hardin re-visits the central idea […]
Modeling the Dynamics of the Integrated Earth System and the Value of Global Ecosystem Services Using the Gumbo Model
The authors developed a global unified metamodel of the biosphere (GUMBO) to simulate the integrated earth system […]
Sustainability Economics: where do we stand
In this overview of environmental economics, resource economics and sustainable economics, Ayres also describes the economic growth […]
Return of the population growth factor –its impact on millennium development goals
A Report of the Hearings by the All Party Parliamentary Group on Population, Development and Reproductive Health. […]
An Introduction to Ecological Economics
The authors present an introduction to ecological economics, including the economic and ecological histories it builds upon, […]
Human population and the global environment.
In this paper, Holdren and Ehrlich tackle the misconceptions they feel are both dangerous and common among […]
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 […]