Is it worth trying to “reframe” climate change? Probably not.
Spurring technological innovation. Reducing local air pollution. Improving national security. Meeting a religious or moral imperative. Climate […]
On Human Nature
“Human nature is seriously flawed. We must learn to control our deep-seated instincts. Without fundamental change in […]
Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene
Michael Charles Tobias & Jane Gary Morrison: This groundbreaking work of both theoretical and experiential thought by […]
Food security requires a new revolution
In their 2015 article, Paul R. Ehrlich and John Harte reflect on the challenge of feeding the […]
Arun Dayanandan reviews Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie: Australia, America, and the Environment by C.J.A. Bradshaw, P.R. Ehrlich.
Arun Dayanandan reviews Killing the Koala and Poisoning the Prairie: Australia, America, and the Environment (University of Chicago Press, […]
Survival Despite the People: Democratic Destruction or Sustainable Meritocracy
Without working life support systems life on Earth becomes impossible. This book recognises this simple condition as […]
Last Stop Before Tomorrow
Three characters face issues of climate change and our human relationship with technology through the millennia. Prometheus, […]
The Rise of an Ecomissionary Philosophical Movement
“Nearly a half century after Dana Meadows, Edward Goldsmith, Paul Ehrlich, and other environmental prophets first warned […]
Surviving the 21st Century: Humanity’s Ten Great Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them
The book explores the central question facing humanity today: how can we best survive the ten great […]
Do humans forage optimally and what does this mean for zoology on the table?
Graham Pyke applies Optimal Foraging Theory to consider how human dietary behavior evolved in a foraging environment […]