Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie: Australia, America, and the Environment

Hot off the press! “Though separated by thousands of miles, the United States and Australia have much […]

Ecological Challenges in a Global Context

Dancing Star Foundation President Michael Charles Tobias’ Keynote Address at the Plenary Session of the 4th International […]

Climate Science and Public Policy: From  (pre) 1965 to (post) 2015

On the 50th anniversary of the first official report to a U.S. President on the dangers of […]

Climate Dynamics: Facing the Harsh Realities of Now

Climate Sensitivity, Target Temperature & the Carbon Budget: Guidelines for Strategic Action “By how much does the […]

Fair Shares: A Civil Society Equity Review of INDCs

Civil society publishes review of national climate targets Bonn, Germany, 19 October, 2015) – A review of […]

A World at Risk: Aggregating Development Trends to Forecast Global Habitat Conversion

With a growing and increasingly affluent human population demands for fuel, water, space, materials, and food are […]

Meat the Biggest Threat and Opportunity to Climate Change

Have you heard of the “climatarian” diet? Mark Pershin, the Founding Director of Less Meat Less Heat, […]

The Decoupling Debate: Can Economic Growth Really Continue Without Emission Increases?

Rhetoric touting the decoupling of economic growth from increased emissions prompted Mark Burton of Steady State Machester […]

Climate stories: environment, colonial legacies and systemic change

The continuance of colonial narratives hinders action on climate change. Meet the people working with diverse communities […]

Paris Summit: The ‘End of the Beginning’ for the Climate Fight?

Tony Juniper reflects on the upcoming Paris Summit as an event to mark progress rather than make […]