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MAHB Newsletter: Activism 2020

  We invite you to join the MAHB in thinking about what Activism in 2020 looks like. […]

Coronavirus: Facts and Fears

  Joined by health experts, Dr. Anna Harte (Medical Director of University Health Services), Dr. Nicholas Jewell (Professor of Biostatistics at […]

Global Change and Human Susceptibility to Disease

Although the loss of good health is inherently unpredictable, human behavior at the individual and societal levels […]

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COVID-19 Crisis Webinar with Nafeez Ahmed, April 1st

The Omega Collaborative invites all MAHB members to join a webinar with Dr. Nafeez Ahmed on Wednesday […]

What The World’s Happiest Country Can Teach Us About Surviving The Coronavirus Crisis

The timing of the annual World Happiness Report may seem unfortunate ― it launched today, as the […]

How To Be A Climate Activist During The Coronavirus Pandemic

The fight against climate change isn’t going away; it’s going online. April was supposed to be a […]

Are we listening? Or still not listening?

Leo E. Osborne

Here we are… all 8 billion of us… together. Mother Earth has told each of her children […]

An Overview of the Systemic Implications of the Coronavirus

With the exception of some public talks, I’ve largely been quiet the last five years on social […]

Coronavirus, synchronous failure and the global phase-shift

A systems analysis uncovering the light at the end of the tunnel. Five years ago, the Commission […]

This is how America and Britain are maximising coronavirus deaths

If you search on the web for the term ‘coronavirus bloodbath’ (which I did after I noticed […]

March MAHB Conversation

The MAHB will be hosting its next  MAHB Conversation on Friday March 27th 11:30am-12:30pm pacific time. Join us […]

Call to Action for the US Transition Movement

We are living in a Transition Moment. To those of us who are resilience-minded, this shock to […]

Telehackathons, Bacteria, and Poverty: A Homeostatic Argument for Collaboration

Ajay Dave

According to the UN, just .7% of the global gross national product (GNP) is all it would […]

Destruction of habitat and loss of biodiversity are creating the perfect conditions for diseases like COVID-19 to emerge

As habitat and biodiversity loss increase globally, the novel coronavirus outbreak may be just the beginning of […]

May Be, or The Luck of the Virus

This article is republished from Medium, and written by Erik Assadourian; an early and supportive member of […]

COVID-19 from different perspectives

Dr. Richie Davidson comments about the COVID situation and how we can look at it through a […]

Who’s to blame?

The Covid-19 blame game is as out of control as the virus.  This was as inevitable as […]

From Our Members: A Necessary Element in the Solution of Our Existential Problems.

I would like to share an ancient wisdom story still told by the indigenous peoples of North […]

The Epidemiological Environment: Concern and Disappointment

In addition to great concern over the COVID-19 pandemic, my own reaction to the present situation includes […]

Climate campaigners win Heathrow expansion case

Controversial plans for a third runway at Heathrow Airport have been thrown into doubt after a court […]

How peer pressure can help stop climate change

Buying solar panels and electric cars influences others. That dynamic can help stop climate change.  Read the […]

The Coronavirus in Oregon

This is a true emergency. It is imperative that we move beyond a public health response (as […]

The Coronavirus Is Here to Stay, So What Happens Next?

There may be two to four more rounds of social distancing before this is over. Here’s what […]

Do You Have #Covid-19 Questions? We Have Answers: Ask a Scientist Launches

Today, the Federation of American Scientists, the Governance Lab at New York University Tandon School of Engineering, and the State of […]

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