An exploration of the mutualism between humans and urban non-humans via fiction

Joe Gray

  Of late, I have been spending a good deal of time thinking about the importance of […]

The Anthropocene: what are we building?

Cecilia Wandiga

The original version of this article was published on September 2, 2021, at the Centre for Science […]

Teaching Girls to be Leaders: a MAHB Dialogue with Author and Artist Caroline Paul

Geoffrey Holland

Geoff Holland – What has held back women from becoming great leaders within the human culture? Caroline […]

The Discovery Solar Transition Project

Mark Mahnke

A currency project for energy transition and a more humane and just society – Seeking team members […]

The Art of Ezra Tucker

Ezra Tucker

My interest and fascination with the natural world and specifically wildlife have led to my career as […]

The Case for Cooperative Business Ownership – A MAHB Dialogue with Professor Anu Puusa, University of Eastern Finland

Geoffrey Holland

“I’m a business professor, and I love teaching. But you know what? My students are fed up, […]

The Nature and Overshoot Crisis: Reframing the Discussion of Climate Change and Biodiversity Loss

Parfait Gasana

“Folks, we are facing ecological crises!” To a casual observer who nods in agreement, this proclamation in […]

Brandon Finamore: At the Verge

Brandon Finamore

Art as Catalyst For Pollinator Conservation Butterflies are some of the most resilient insects on our planet. […]

The Systems of Life – a MAHB Dialogue with Fritjof Capra, Systems Scientist and Author of The Tao of Physics

Geoffrey Holland

“Deep ecology does not see the world as a collection of isolated objects but rather as a […]

Finding Magnificence in the Ordinary: A Second Look at Agriculture and Nature

Jan McAllaster Stommes

Artists may travel abroad for stimulation to start their work. Drawing inspiration from the world in which […]

The Unification of Civilization

Danny McGregor

The original blog appeared at Thoughts of an Americian Minion on December 16, 2018 The unification of […]


Past, present, and future population: a personal account of India

Gaurav Bhatt

This article appeared first at The Overpopulation Project on June 22, 2021 Sometime this decade, India is […]

The Art of Living in the Both/And

Christina Conklin

We live in an age of intersecting political, social, ecological, and technological crises. The pace of change […]

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Building a Culture of Reverence: Insights from the Jungle to Deep Space

Michael A. Schmidt

This is the fifth blog in a new blog series by Geoversity “…When we engage with a […]

Diversifying Power – A MAHB Dialogue with Jennie C. Stephens, Director, School of Public Policy and Urban Affairs, Northeastern University

Geoffrey Holland

“Diversity matters in climate and energy policy because for too long, concerns of vulnerable communities have been […]

Introduction to The Web of Meaning

Jeremy Lent

As our civilization careens toward a precipice of climate breakdown, ecological destruction, and gaping inequality, people are […]

Biocapacity Measurement in Africa: Using Natural Resources Accounting and Socially Embedded Eco-Industry

Elisha Akech Ochungo

Biocapacity and the Built Environment in the Kenyan Landscape.Photographer: Cecilia Wandiga, Executive Director, Centre for Science and […]

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Gamini Ratnavira’s Worldview as a Sri Lankan American Wildlife Artist

Gamini Ratnavira, Lisa A. Ratnavira

At the age of 19, I became a self-taught wildlife artist in my native country of Sri […]

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The Upside of Population Decline

Adair Turner

This article originally appeared at the Project Syndicate on June 10, 2021 A pervasive conventional bias assumes […]

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G7: why major economies are delaying a break with the fossil fuel industry

George Ferns, Marcus Gomes

This article was originally published at The Conversation  on June 10, 2021 George Ferns, Cardiff University and […]

Two radical ideas whose time has come

Philip Cafaro

This article appeared first at The Overpopulation Project on May 3, 2021 Increasing economic inequality and accelerating […]


The Psychology of Denying Overpopulation

Douglas T. Kenrick

This article was originally published at Psychology Today on September 13, 2020 Easy math meets bad behavioral […]

The team arriving at the Atlantic coast of Guna Yala at the culmination of the journey

A Hero’s Journey into Panama’s Future of Biocultural Renewal

Nathan Gray

This is the fourth blog in a new blog series by Geoversity After twenty years of ecological […]

Science for Sustainability: The Paradigm Shift our World Needs

Glenys Jones

If there is one good thing that can come out of the global COVID-19 pandemic, it is […]

Art and Animals. . . An Essay about Inspirational, Spiritual Connections

Tucker Bailey

By Tucker Bailey from her farm, Tucker’s Bailiwick As far back as I can recall creating art […]