What’s your favorite collapse movie? The MAHB wants your feedback!

What is your favorite collapse movie? Post-apocalypse..dystopian.. environmental…What films in these genres have resonated with you or […]

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The Bucky Starts Here Time to Gather Under One Big Intent — Thrival for All

Steve Bhaerman

No matter how you look at it, these are extraordinary times where we seem to face crisis […]

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Abrupt Climate Change and Extinction with Guy McPherson and the MAHB

Happening in the San Francisco Bay area Friday April 26th: A Living Room Conversation with Guy McPherson  […]

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Public Ownership and the Common Wealth – A MAHB Dialogue with Author Thomas Hanna

Holland, Geoffrey

Thomas Hanna is the Research Director of The Democracy Collaborative, an organization working to carry out a […]

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Why Americans are letting the oceans die …and why there is still hope

Mark Hixon

My facemask flooded with tears.  Before me lay a cemetery of pure white tombstones — formerly colorful […]


Health Risk of Plastic Pollutants and How to Solve Them

The Commonwealth Club will be hosting Pete Myers as he speaks about the health risk of plastic […]


Particle Pollution: A Microscopic Problem at a Global Scale

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), air pollution kills nearly 7 million people a year, and […]


Weekly News Update

Jonathan Staufer

Families for a Liveable Climate has launched in Missoula, Montana. The non-partisan, grassroots effort, bringing together people […]

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Humanity Can Have a Future

Cribb, Julian

Science writer Julian Cribb looks at how humans thinking as a species can overcome existential threats. Watch […]