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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

Dr. 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 […]

Financing the Green Transition – Strengthening of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises in a Post Pandemic World

Zeenat Niazi

This article appeared first on Alternative Perspectives on January 14, 2021. Micro, Small, and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) […]

“Them” and “Us”: Shifting Perspective on Responding to the Ecological Emergency

Lucy Weir

This is a transcript of a 20-minute presentation given by Lucy Weir, Ph.D., at the Social Health Education […]

Why paint Crocodiles?

John Agnew

Can’t you draw something beautiful? I do get that sometimes. No, I won’t argue that crocodilians are […]

Educating Planetary Citizens – A MAHB Dialogue with Suzanne York, Director, Transition Earth

Geoffrey Holland

Geoff Holland – What are the biggest challenges facing the world today? Suzanne York – As most of […]

A Climate of Change

Dana Visalli

It is helpful when considering controversial topics to be appraised by the human psychological dynamic known as […]

The Voyages of the Bamboo Ark: Celebrating 20/30 Years of Biocultural Renewal

Nathan Gray

This is the second blog in a new blog series by Geoversity   Geoversity’s first venture into […]

Living Like a Planetary Citizen – A MAHB Dialogue with NBA Basketball Veteran and Earth Advocate, Enes Kanter

Geoffrey Holland

Geoffrey Holland – You were born in Switzerland, you grew up in Turkey and you’ve become well […]

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Anxiety Unmoored By Covid

Maxwell Ucci

My neighbor came home from the hospital two weeks ago. She was in the ICU for 5 […]

Cultivating the Dutch Tradition in the 21st Century: Hyperrealist Floral Paintings

Jane Jones

My love and reverence for Nature have always guided the imagery in my paintings.   As a young […]

Shaping a Safe and Sustainable Planetary Water Policy – A MAHB Dialogue with Sandra Postel, Director, Global Water Policy Project

Geoffrey Holland

‘Our policies need to embrace the fundamental truth that water is the basis of life.’ – Sandra […]

Let’s do the Wright thing at the Marin Civic Center Lagoon!

Aurora Mahassine 

COVID-19 has revealed that our human health relies on environmental health. In Marin County, we now have […]

Gardening for wildlife as a powerful individual stance against ecocidal trends

Joe Gray

Even during the lockdowns in the UK during the Covid-19 pandemic, I have been able to make […]

Scott Greene “Machinations,” Detail, 2004-2005, oil on canvas on panel, 80 x 144 inches. Courtesy Catharine Clark Gallery

Manifest Disarray

Greene, Scott

“We wake, if we ever wake at all, to mystery, rumors of death, beauty, violence…”  – Annie […]

The Emerging Green Hydrogen Economy – A MAHB Dialogue with Geoffrey Holland, Author of “The Hydrogen Age”

Geoffrey Holland

‘The transition to a clean, renewable hydrogen economy is already underway” – Geoffrey Holland. What does nature […]

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Can We Save the World? Part III.

Burkey, Tormod V.

This article is the third in the series “Can We Save the World?” by Tormod V. Burkey. […]

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Green Growth vs Degrowth: Are We Missing the Point?

Beth Stratford

Originally published by Open Democracy, 4 December 2020 under a Creative Commons License It’s time to stop […]

Cattle and Australia’s water supply

Shannon Merika

The Asian Water Tower includes the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, the Eurasian highlands of the Iranian Plateau, the Caucasus, […]