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Planetary Duty Is a Feminist Construct

Posted April 19th, 2018

Holland, Geoffrey

Have you noticed? We humans can be very destructive. For the longest time, where nature is concerned, […]

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The Elitism of Pursuing Sustainability for Humanity and the Biosphere in America

Posted April 17th, 2018

Crenshaw-Logal, Zena

I. Is America a Personality, Category, and Status Driven Society? Reportedly, “(p)olitical psychology has identified six basic […]

Surveillance by ep_jhu | Flickr | CC BY-NC 2.0

The End of Freedom

Posted April 12th, 2018

Cribb, Julian

This article was originally published on Julian Cribb’s blog, Surviving C21. It can be found here. The […]

Banksy in Boston: Portrait from the F̶O̶L̶L̶O̶W̶ ̶Y̶O̶U̶R̶ ̶D̶R̶E̶A̶M̶S̶ CANCELLED piece by Chris Devers | Flickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Today’s youth reject capitalism, but what do they want to replace it?

Posted April 10th, 2018

Blasi, Joseph, Kruse, Douglas L.

Today’s youth are increasingly unhappy with the way their elders are running the world. Their ire was […]

Young Bhutanese Monk, Photo © J. G. Morrison

A New Nature: Discussion of The Theoretical Individual

Posted April 5th, 2018

Holland, Geoffrey, Morrison, Jane Gray, Tobias, Michael Charles

Geoffrey Holland speaks with Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison about their latest book, The Theoretical […]

Swarthmore professor Carr Everbach leads a workshop with North Philadelphia community members about solar panels and solar energy at Serenity House, a community center in North Philadelphia, 2014. Image courtesy of Serenity Soular.

Serenity Soular Captures the Power of the Sun and Community

Posted April 3rd, 2018

Katz-Balmes, Max

This article was originally published by The Phoenix, Swarthmore’s Independent Campus Newspaper. The original article can be […]

Speak Up by Shallom Johnson | Flickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Speaking Out: One Voice from the Wilderness

Posted March 29th, 2018

Salmony, Steve Earl

One voice from the wilderness is too weak to be listened to. My voice, for example, is […]

Protesters wearing gas masks staged a “die-in” surrounding a giant neon gas mask banner in George Square ahead of a Glasgow Council Environment Committee meeting on Tuesday 20th March. Image by Ian Macnicol / Friends of the Earth Scotland | Flickr | CC BY 2.0

When ‘oil’ spells murder

Posted March 27th, 2018

Cribb, Julian

Hollywood action star and former Californian governor Arnold Schwarzenegger called it when he recently accused big oil […]

Greenland Summer 2015 by NASA/Goddard/Maria-José Viñas | Flickr | CC BY 2.0

Update On the World’s Diminishing Resources, Part III: Melting Ice and Sea Level Rise

Posted March 22nd, 2018

Kuo, Gioietta

The following article is the final piece in Gioietta Kuo’s three-part series surveying the world’s diminishing resources. […]

Bighorn Sheep by Oregon Department of Agriculture | Flickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Update On the World’s Diminishing Resources, Part II: Biodiversity

Posted March 20th, 2018

Kuo, Gioietta

The following article is the second piece in Gioietta Kuo’s three-part series surveying the world’s diminishing resources. […]