Leverage points for sustainability transformation

Is sustainability science engaging with the root causes of unsustainability? Are there areas of intervention we are […]

America’s forests: Ravaged woodlands

Stricken trees provide clues about how America will adapt to global warming—but little hope that it can […]

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 […]

The Open Mind: The Climate… In Your Backyard

James Hansen of Columbia University’s Earth Institute talks about preserving the planet for the next generation with […]

Climate Matters, James Hansen

In December of 2015, Dr. James Hansen spoke at COP 21 in Paris calling for placing a […]

Planetary Crisis: We are not all in this together

Climate & Capitalism editor Ian Angus takes a critical look at the metaphor of Spaceship Earth and […]

Sustainable Seafood Boom Brings Hope To An Overfished Planet

Dominique Mosbergen reports on the recent surge in the global certified seafood market shown in the International […]

Far From Turning a Corner, Global CO2 Emissions Still Accelerating

The latest greenhouse gas inventory from NOAA shows CO2 and methane ‘going completely in the wrong direction.’ […]

Part IV of Conservation Divided: Conservation’s people problem

“The field of conservation has faced down an internal crisis over is its treatment of indigenous peoples […]

Of religion, unabated population growth and sustainable development

Sina Monehin reports and comments on a motion to the Nigerian House of Representatives that would enact […]