Climate Crisis and Managed Deindustrialization: Debating Alternatives to Ecological Collapse
Richard Smith makes an argument for ecosocialism as the only alternative if we wish to avoid market-driven […]
Equity and the Ambition Ratchet
Towards a meaningful 2018 Facilitative Dialogue As “an opportunity to assess and correct our collective course,” the […]
Fairly sharing 1.5
National fair shares of a 1.5 °C-compliant global mitigation effort What do national-level fair shares look like […]
The Amazing Life of Bees –Our Indispensable Partner on Earth
Author Gioietta Kuo presents research on the indispensable relationship between bees and humans, how bees perform their incredible […]
Climate Science Special Report
Fourth National Climate Assessment (NCA4), Volume I This report is an authoritative assessment of the science of […]
An Introduction to Ecological Economics
The authors present an introduction to ecological economics, including the economic and ecological histories it builds upon, […]
Switzerland, where are your two extra planets?
One year ago Swiss voters weighed in on a green economy ballot initiative, which ultimately did not […]
A Political Party Argues for Degrowth
Mark Burton shares a recent interview between the magazine 15/15\15 and Catalan Government member of parliament Sergi Saladié. Saladié […]
The Earth’s Environment is at a Crossroads. Solutions Exist. The Time for Action is Now.
A press statement from Blue Planet Prize laureates: Tom Lovejoy, Jane Lubchenco, and Bob Watson. There is […]
Population Growth Means a City Is Thriving, or Does It?
Public officials and reporters alike adopt the myth that bigger is better. That’s not always the case. […]