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A Positive Narrative for the Anthropocene

David P. Turner

This  blog was first published at Taming the Technosphere on July 16, 2020 The discipline of Earth […]

Mick Meilahn’s Primordial Shift

David J. Wagner

“An ear of corn is the point of convergence for my dual careers in farming and art. […]

Are Emotions the Magic Key to Solving Our Global Problems?

Katelyn Dowling

Seven years ago I began the heuristic inquiry portion of my doctoral dissertation on emotions and global […]

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The Politics of the Solar Age – A MAHB Dialogue with Author and Global Futurist Hazel Henderson

Geoffrey Holland

Geoffrey Holland – Humanity is immersed in a swirling storm of existential challenges for which we alone […]

Consider the Gaia Hypothesis

Grossman, Richard

 “… nature is sending us a message.”   Inger Andersen Executive Director, UN Environment Program We all depend […]

Black Lives Matter … to the Planet

This article was first published at Another End of the World is Possible on July 14, 2020 […]

Sounding Who We Are

Sayaka Ganz

By now we probably have all heard about how there’s so much plastic debris in the ocean […]

Five ideas to turn the COVID-19 recovery into a global green new deal

Ekaterina Bessonova

This article appeared first at SEI on May 13, 2020 COVID-19 is an unprecedented public health crisis, […]

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Gender Equality as a Sustainability Strategy – a MAHB Dialogue with Physician and Medical Demographer Ndola Prata

Geoffrey Holland

‘Well-conceived and designed family planning programs are actually relatively inexpensive compared with other preventive health care programs.’ […]

Will global population peak below 10 billion?

Jane O'Sullivan

This article was first published for TOP – Research and Outreach, on July 27, 2020 A major […]

How to Reduce Food Waste

Nuša Zupan

In 2010, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) estimated that the United States wastes between 30-40 percent […]

Despair is a Reality, Inaction is Not an Option

Maddalena Bearzi

This article was first published at medium.com, on July 22, 2020 A political change must happen now […]

The Climate-Change Community Desperately Needs to Address Historic Inequities

Asmeret Asefaw Berhe

This article first appeared on July 9, 2020 at TIME.com and is published in the July 20, […]

The fallacy of “back to normal” thinking: Anne and Paul Ehrlich

Anne H. Ehrlich, Paul R. Ehrlich

This article was originally published in Environmental Health News. The unscientific re-opening of the US is a […]

A Foreshadowing of Tomorrow

Michael Kerbow

A fundamental role for an artist is to create work that captures the current zeitgeist so others […]

Combined Political Action, Economic Innovation, and Technological Advancement for Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction and Sustainability

Mark Mahnke

After Trump, the climate battle will still be challenging US greenhouse gas emission pathways For this article, […]

Steady State Economics In A World Of Resource Limits – A MAHB Dialogue With Environmental Economist Rob Dietz

Geoffrey Holland, Rob Dietz

 “We have oriented ourselves too far toward competition and put too little emphasis on cooperation, both with […]

Paul Ehrlich: ‘Collapse of civilization is a near certainty within decades’

Damian Carrington

This interview was first published in The Guardian on March 22, 2018 Fifty years after the publication […]

How To Create Pandemics: The Unpalatable Truth

Sibylle Frey

Covid-19 has drawn back the curtains: We witness a real-time case study on the vulnerability of a […]

Limits to Growth and the COVID-19 Epidemic

Dennis Meadows

This article  first appeared at Chelsea Green Publishing. By Dennis Meadows, co-author of Limits to Growth:The 30-Year […]

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Humpback Whales Have Made a Remarkable Recovery, Giving Us Hope for the Planet

Kirsten Thompson

This article was first published at Time.com on May 16, 2020 In the depths of the ocean, […]

My Environmental Impact Journey 2019 -2023

Mary Helsaple 

What inspires the creation of an environmental painting?  For me,  it is a way to resolve important […]

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3 Reasons To Invest In Sustainable Forestry

Mildred Delgado

The protection of the environment is one of the greatest challenges of this generation and it affects […]