Resources

Is it worth trying to “reframe” climate change? Probably not.

Spurring technological innovation. Reducing local air pollution. Improving national security. Meeting a religious or moral imperative. Climate […]

How scientists should confront the antagonists

What comes next for scientists facing threats to their work? On Radio National’s The Science Show, Robyn […]

These JeffCo Students Are Learning About Climate Change By Taking On ‘The Sixth Extinction’

Jenny Brundin with Colorado Public Radio reports on a high school class’s exploration of climate change, rapid […]

The Rise of an Ecomissionary Philosophical Movement

“Nearly a half century after Dana Meadows, Edward Goldsmith, Paul Ehrlich, and other environmental prophets first warned […]

Dangerous idiots: how the liberal media elite failed working-class Americans

Trump supporters are not the caricatures journalists depict – and native Kansan Sarah Smarsh sets out to […]

Avoiding collapse: Grand challenges for science and society to solve by 2050

Anthony D. Barnosky, Paul R. Ehrlich and Elizabeth A. Hadly in presenting the challenging, intertwined problems facing […]

Awe, Despair, and the Annihilation of Nature: A review of The Annihilation of Nature by Liam Heneghan

Liam Heneghan reflects on The Annihilation of Nature: Human Extinction of Birds and Mammals by Gerardo Ceballos, […]

The climate crisis is already here – but no one’s telling us

The media largely relegate the greatest challenge facing humanity to footnotes as industry and politicians hurtle us […]

The Global Philosopher: Should the Rich World Pay for Climate Change?

Sixty people from thirty countries join Michael Sandel in a digital studio at Harvard to discuss the […]

Kitchen Table Conversations

The initiative, Inspiring Transition works to promote mainstream commitment to transitioning to a life-sustaining society. They do this by communicating […]