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Individual Theoretics

Posted February 20th, 2018

Morrison, Jane Gray, Tobias, Michael Charles

The purveyor of biospheric calamities and human notions of hope at once confronts a dizzying chasm: the […]

Why our obsession with GDP ignores harm done to welfare and the world

Posted February 15th, 2018

Tziamalis, Alexander

One of the first things economics students learn about is Gross Domestic Product (GDP). GDP is also […]

Cheetah Conservation Fund joins the Population & Sustainability Network

Posted February 13th, 2018

Population and Sustainability Network

The Cheetah Conservation Fund has become the latest conservation NGO to join the Population & Sustainability Network. […]

Unnatural Disaster: A (Wild)Fire-Side Story

Posted February 8th, 2018

Adams, Andrea

I am an ecologist and conservation biologist. My work with conservation challenges in California and across western […]

The “Game” Has Changed: Energy, Money and Technology From the Lens of the Superorganism

Posted February 6th, 2018

Hagens, Nate

Imagine some unrecognizable pieces laid out on a checkerboard. If they were deemed to represent chessmen, then […]

A Proposal for a United Nations Framework Convention on Population Growth

Posted February 1st, 2018

Harding, Rob

Introduction Recently, an international assembly of scientists from 184 countries endorsed an article published in the journal Bioscience entitled […]

The Green Republic of China

Posted January 30th, 2018

Aydurmus, Didem

Have you heard about China’s latest crackdown on pollution? Forbes writes, it is “estimated that 40 percent […]

Transitioning to Renewables: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Solar Energy

Posted January 25th, 2018

Smith, W. Douglas

This article was originally published by Planet Experts. It can be found here. More articles from Planet Experts can […]

Controlling Harmful Substances: Disposing of Asbestos the Right Way

Posted January 23rd, 2018

Anderson, Virgil

Nearly 2 million people in 2016 alone were diagnosed with one form of cancer, reports the National […]

Post-fire mudslide problems aren’t new and likely to get worse

Posted January 18th, 2018

MacDonald, Lee

Several weeks after a series of wildfires blackened nearly 500 square miles in Southern California, a large […]