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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 […]

How scientists should confront the antagonists

What comes next for scientists facing threats to their work? On Radio National’s The Science Show, Robyn […]

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 […]

Average people can make a difference on global challenges, says researcher

Caroline Newman with UVA Today sat down with Thomas Batemen to discuss the recent article Batemen published […]

Discoveries of new mammal species and their implications for conservation and ecosystem services

ABSTRACT:┬áIn light of recent discoveries of many new species of poorly-studied organisms, we examine the biodiversity of […]

Ecoethics: Now Central to All Ethics

Paul R. Ehrlich considers how the intra- and inter-generational issues central to ecoethics run ubiquitously through human […]

Political Science in a New Era

Paul R. Ehrlich and Dennis C. Pirages reflect on the converging and interconnected challenges of “greater economic […]

Food security requires a new revolution

In their 2015 article, Paul R. Ehrlich and John Harte reflect on the challenge of feeding the […]

Commentary: Biophysical limits, women’s rights and the climate encyclical

“The Pope has made a strong call for action on climate change, but it fails to address […]