Dealing with femtorisks in international relations

How can risks be properly analyzed in an era of multiple, interdependent, non-state actors? Frank et al. explore […]

Synchronized peak-rate years of global resources use

Seppelt et al. estimate the peak-rate years for resources ranging from cassava to oil and explore the […]

The geographical distribution of fossil fuels unused when limiting global warming to 2 °C

Christophe McGlade & Paul Ekins use a single integrated assessment model to explore the implications for fossil […]

Pope Francis Says Catholics Don’t Need To Breed ‘Like Rabbits’

Pope Francis has made some recent headline-grabbing statements concerning reproduction, asking Catholics to practice “responsible parenthood”.  The […]

Could Global Tide Be Starting To Turn Against Fossil Fuels?

“From an oil chill in the financial world to the recent U.S.-China agreement on climate change, recent […]

Women and Families Beware, the New GOP Congress is Here

Brian Dixon and Elspeth Dehnert outline the moves already being made by the GOP-dominated, 114th U.S. Congress […]

Air Pollution More Dangerous than Insurgency: NEPA

Mirabed Joyenda reports on the serious issue of air pollution facing residents of Kabul, Afghanistan.  The National […]

Merchants of Doubt

The troubling story of how a cadre of influential scientists have clouded public understanding of scientific facts […]

Understanding “New Power”

Jeremy Heimans and Henry Timms describe the growing force termed “new power” and how they see it […]

To Get to Net Zero Emissions, We Need Healthy Landscapes

Rachel Kyte reports for The World Bank on the critical role climate-smart land-use practices will play in […]