Of Rats, Gerbils, and Men

Recently published evidence concludes that there were no “permanent plague reservoirs in medieval Europe”. Rather, the study […]

A Thirsty, Violent World

From Pakistan to California, from Nigeria to Brazil dire water situations are escalating into crises accompanied by […]

Climate Fairshares

Confronting the climate crisis based on justice To help explain the emissions budget, Friends of the Earth […]

Climate change, violence and young people

A report for Unicef UK examining the security risks ¬†created by the intersection and reinforcement of challenges […]

Uniting Nations: The UN at a Crossroads

The forthcoming release of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and the critical climate conference in Paris […]

Man Swarm: How Overpopulation is Killing the Wild World

In this second edition, editor Laura Carroll reworks the material from Dave Foreman’s original work, Man Swarm […]

Soil biology for resilient, healthy soil

W hat is a resilient, healthy soil? A resilient soil is capable of recovering from or adapting […]

Planet Under Pressure

“Safeguarding Water, Food, and Energy Security on a planet under pressure: Larger and richer populations are increasing […]

UNFCCC Map of Pre-2020 action by Countries

The UNFCC has compiled an interactive map to display quantified economy-wide emission reduction targets for all developed […]

Climate change hampering world food production: scientists

At the same time climate change is hampering world food production, human population growth and increasing consumption […]