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Where now for the environment movement? Weathercocks and signposts ten years on

Tom Crompton and the Common Cause Foundation call for the environmental movement to move away from the […]

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Come On! Capitalism, Short-termism, Population and the Destruction of the Planet

A new report to the Club of Rome by the co-presidents Ernst von Weizsäcker and Anders Wijkman […]

Young mangrove saplings growing in Kubu Raya, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. by Sigit Deni Sasmito/CIFOR

John D. Liu Interview: “It Is Possible to Rehabilitate Large-Scale Damaged Ecosystems.”

Italian Agronomist Riccardo Tucci (tucci@world-permaculture.org), along with World Permaculture Association Executive Director Rhamis Kent, interview film-maker and ecologist […]

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Systems Thinking, Critical Thinking, and Personal Resilience

Richard Heinberg discusses how systems thinking, critical thinking, and personal resilience are central to dealing with “knowing […]

Healthy Minds, Healthy Planet

During the 2018 Stanford Hard Earth Lecture Series, Eric Wilburn discussed personal resilience, the role of mindfulness, […]

A systems approach requires us to connect the dots  | Image by Stephan Kiessling | Flickr | CC BY 2.0

Jaws and the Mob on Ecotopia

Paul R. Ehrlich, along with Jaws collaborator and co-author Sandra Kahn, join hosts Susan and Stephen Tchudi on […]

Mind the Gap by Leo Marco | Flickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

Believing in climate change, but not behaving sustainably: Evidence from a one-year longitudinal study

Are people who are highly concerned about climate change more likely to take individual-level pro-environmental behaviors than […]

The moment when the surface of a soap bubble, broken by a nail, has begun to collapse and fall apart, but hasn't finished yet. Collapse by Sober Rabbit | Flickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

‘We’re doomed’: Mayer Hillman on the climate reality no one else will dare mention

The 86-year-old social scientist says accepting the impending end of most life on Earth might be the […]

Los Angeles Smog by Ben Amstutz | Flickr | CC BY-NC 2.0

Escaping carbon lock-in

How can industrialized nations break away from fossil fuel-based energy systems when their technological, organizational, social, and […]

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The Population Bomb, 50 Years Later: A Conversation with Paul Ehrlich

“In 1968, the best-seller The Population Bomb, written by Paul and Anne Ehrlich (but credited solely to […]