“…and Gulliver Returns” –In Search of Utopia–

In a series that artfully weaves together science fiction, studies in ethics and philosophy, and the reality […]

Climate Change, Health, and Population Dynamics: A View from Tanzania

“One progressive way of helping at-risk people adapt to climate change is to improve their health. Voluntary […]

Global Consensus on Climate Change Is a Good Start

Scott Barrett, the Lenfest-Earth Institute Professor of Natural Resource Economics at Columbia University’s School of International and Public […]

The Siege of Miami

As temperatures climb, so, too, will sea levels The water on the street was so deep that […]

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 […]

To feed the world in 2050 will require a global revolution

Paul R. Ehrich and John Harte reflect on the challenge of feeding the world in 2050 and […]

Though climate change is a crisis, the population threat is even worse

As the world focuses its attention on Paris and talking about climate change, Stephen Emmott asks where […]

COP21 -Dolphin Extinction, Hydropower & Climate Change

Scientists for the Mekong offer this article to infomr the public, the delegates at COP21, and decision […]

Estimating the Environmental Costs of Africa’s Massive ‘‘Development Corridors’’

What are the environmental costs and economic benefits of the rapid development occurring across the African continent? […]

Feeding ‘Godzilla’: as Indonesia burns, its government moves to increase forest destruction

Bill Laurance from James Cook University comments on how recent policies signed by Indonesia and Malaysia intended […]