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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 […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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Our World Will Be Saved by Women

Geoffrey Holland

In a meeting with Nobel Laureates in 2015, the Dalai Lama said, “Western women will save the […]

Climate scientists: concept of net zero is a dangerous trap

James Dyke, Robert Watson, Wolfgang Knorr

This article is republished from The Conversation, April 22, 2021 James Dyke, University of Exeter; Robert Watson, […]

Life After Fossil Fuels: A Reality Check on Alternative Energy

Alice J. Friedemann

Preface to “Life After Fossil Fuels: A Reality Check on Alternative Energy”. You can find the book […]

COVID-19 vie er US

Doug E. Barr

Republished from Thelastwhy.   The COVID-19 is a bug That is impossible to see; But it is […]

Floating solar farms could cool down lakes threatened by climate change

Giles Exley

  This article is republished from The Conversation, April 13, 2021, under a Creative Commons license. Read […]

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One Blue Earth – Shining a Spotlight on Climate Change Solutions

Elena Bouldin

Every great dream begins with a dreamer. Always remember, you have within you the strength, the patience, […]

Art, Science, and Marine Conservation

Guy Harvey

We are pulling three live bonitos bridled to light leaders without hooks, close behind the game boat, […]

Origins of Geoversity’s Campus in Southern California: The Borrego Institute for Living Design

Tamsin Woolley-Barker

This is the third blog in a new blog series by Geoversity Sea levels rising, forests on […]

Valuing Nature

The editors - The Lancet Planetary Health

This article was originally published in The Lancet Planetary Health on March 10, 2021. We are collectively […]

How we might avoid a ghastly future: an appeal to Greta

Clive Lord

This post could be a natural follow-up to Beth Stratford’s blog questioning growth. I was at first reluctant to […]