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The MAHB, The Arts, and The Humanities

Ehrlich, Paul R.

One question I am often asked is how the humanities can help out with the MAHB and […]

Vatican Visit

Ehrlich, Paul R.

I was somewhat apprehensive about taking my invited place at the workshop on biological extinction of the […]

Paul Ehrlich reviews Tobias and Morrison’s most recent book –“Anthrozoology: Embracing Co-Existence in the Anthropocene”

Ehrlich, Paul R.

This week’s post is a review of Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison’s most recent book –Anthrozoology: […]

Opinion: First thoughts on Trump-era science

Ehrlich, Anne H., Ehrlich, Paul R.

Stanford researchers Paul and Anne Ehrlich offer suggestions on coping in a world where science suddenly feels […]

To build a sustainable world, academics need to tear down the Ivory Tower

Barnosky, Anthony D., Ehrlich, Paul R., Hadly, Elizabeth A.

Avoiding societal collapse means building bridges between science and the rest of the world. This article originally […]

Should There Be A Right To Have As Many Kids As You Want?

Ehrlich, Paul R.

Maintaining a civil society depends on a general acceptance of certain human rights and a collective (governmental) […]

Australian Bushfires Signal New Climate Dangers

Beattie, Andrew, Ehrlich, Paul R., Turnbull, Christine

The recent bushfires in Western Australia were much more than “bush” fires as they raged through mature […]

Faith-Based Economics: The Corporate World and the Survival of Civilization

Ehrlich, Anne H., Ehrlich, Paul R.

 In 1966 distinguished economist Kenneth Boulding wrote: “Anyone who believes that exponential growth can go on forever […]

Beyond the Big Five

Ehrlich, Anne H., Ehrlich, Paul R.

For first-time visitors to Africa, the must-see fauna there usually is what hunters used to call the […]

Active commitment to a life-sustaining society: What you can do, now

Ehrlich, Paul R.

In Feeding people on our stressed planet will require a “revolution” John Harte and I argued that: “feeding […]