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 […]

Image of sunflower and bee by Geoffrey Holland

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 […]

Image of sunflower and bee by Geoffrey Holland

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 […]

Snowy owl

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, […]

Climate Change and Homeownership

This post was originally published in October 2020 at Combating the effects of climate change at […]

Kent Ullberg Sculpture Waiting for Sockeye

Postmodern and Environmental Sculptor, Kent Ullberg

Wagner, David

Kent Ullberg is a rare breed of environmentalist.  He possesses profound environmental convictions and the ability to […]

Rainbow over the Tapajós River in the Amazon

What can we do?

Rex Weyler

This article was originally published for Greenpeace on June 10, 2018. At the University of Minnesota Dr. Nate […]

Melbourne skyline

Australia’s Population Ponzi Scheme

Kelvin Thomson

This article appeared first at The Overpopulation Project on  October 13, 2020. The current economic system in […]


A Message Called “COVID-19”

Greeley Miklashek

I am a retired physician and COVID-19 survivor, and I am here to deliver a message contained […]

Thresholds, cascades, and wicked problems

Rex Weyler

This article was first published on 26 October 2020 for Greenpeace International I remember thinking, in the […]

Memory of an Environmental Impact

Michael Ferguson

Back in 1970 my father, Walter Ferguson, took me on a road trip into the Sinai desert […]

Can Poems Promote a Paradigm Shift?

Since the early 1970s the academic world has been aware that there are three key drivers to […]

Image of sunflower and bee by Geoffrey Holland

Waste as Opportunity – A MAHB Dialogue with Materials Scientist Veena Sahajwalla

Geoffrey Holland

Geoff Holland: What is a circular economy, and why is it important? Veena Sahajwalla:  This is really […]

Photo of drought affected corn

Fend off Famine

Grossman, Richard

This article was first published in the Durango Herald on Sunday, Sept. 13, 2020 “By 2025, half […]

Orange, I Think We Need To See Other Colors

Jeff Frost

I’m afraid I’ll keep getting sucked into this orange world. I was supposed to stop chasing fires […]

The Beasts

Karen Hackenberg

  The Beasts by Walt Whitman (1855) I think I could turn and live with animals, they […]

Earth Train to Geoversity: A 30-year Journey with a Mission

Nathan Gray

The artist and the scientist share a gift in their abilities to discern in a single drop […]

Image of sunflower and bee by Geoffrey Holland

Safe Operating Limits for Humanity – A MAHB Dialogue with Earth System Scientist Will Steffen

Geoffrey Holland

“We are all embedded in exploitative economic systems that are very damaging to our Earth system. We […]