Resources

Biological Extinction | Paul R. Ehrlich

How to Save the Natural World on Which We Depend Paul R. Ehrlich presents during the workshop […]

The Present Mass Extinction: How do the Tropics fit?

Presented by Professor Paul Ehrlich of Stanford University, California Overpopulation and the continual growth of human enterprise […]

Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene

Michael Charles Tobias & Jane Gary Morrison: This groundbreaking work of both theoretical and experiential thought by […]

Population, Resources, and the Faith-Based Economy: the Situation in 2016

How has the population-resource-environment situation changed since the publishing of The Population Bomb in 1968? Paul and Anne […]

Collapse of Insect Gut Symbiosis under Simulated Climate Change

With increasing appreciation for the role gut bacterium play in the development and fitness of animals, how […]

Global warming could kill off ‘good bacteria’, exposing an ‘Achilles’ heel’ in the ecosystem

Rising temperatures may be too much for bacteria that form a mutually beneficial relationship with many animals […]

Do humans forage optimally and what does this mean for zoology on the table?

Graham Pyke applies Optimal Foraging Theory to consider how human dietary behavior evolved in a foraging environment […]

The Open Mind: Nature and Extinction with Gerardo Ceballos

Conservationist Gerardo Ceballos discusses the dramatic decay of biodiversity on The Open Mind with Alexander Heffner. Let me tell […]

When is a population collapse a collapse?

A Bayesian approach for characterizing uncertainty in declaring a population collapse Highlights: (1) We provide a robust […]

The Psychology of “Saving the World” in the Anthropocene

Marc Bekoff Ph.D. speaks with Dancing Star Foundation‘s President and author Michael Charles Tobias concerning the new […]