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Jane Goodall Interview: What It Means to Be Human

Jane Goodall’s early research studying chimpanzees helped shape the self-understanding of our species and recalled modern Western […]

A Major Oil Pipeline Project Strikes Deep at the Heart of Africa

Despite the global plunge in oil prices, a major pipeline that would carry oil 900 miles across […]

Safe Climate: A Report of the Special Rapporteur on Human Rights and the Environment

This is a report of good practices demonstrating that effective actions are available to simultaneously address climate […]

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Who Can Win America’s Politics of Humiliation?

Trump or Biden? About four years ago, without asking anybody, I changed my job description. It used […]

Nuclear waste: keep out for 100,000 years

Nuclear agencies are searching for the signs, language and solutions that will warn our descendants to stay […]

What Indigenous Wisdom Can Teach Us About Economics

This article is part of the #CuraDaTerra essay series, focused on Indigenous perspectives and alternatives to industrial […]

Our power comes from acting without escape from our pain

As global heating speeds up, humanity can no longer assume to control our destiny. We can let […]

Debating the Pros and Cons of Deep Adaptation? Start Here with a New Edition of Original Paper

Two years after the original 2018 Deep Adaptation paper was released, an updated version is now available. […]

How Mormons Built the Next Silicon Valley While No One Was Looking

Welcome to the world of billion-dollar startups, ex-missionary CEOs, and a big diversity problem. Eric Rea is […]

210th Podcast: Stanford’s Paul Ehrlich Discusses the On-Going (and Accelerating) Sixth Mass Extinction

Our planet is currently experiencing its sixth mass extinction.  Over the past 450 million years the planet […]

Where Will Everyone Go?

ProPublica and The New York Times Magazine, with support from the Pulitzer Center, have for the first […]

Prospects for a World of Declining GDP

Our human species has lived on this earth for about 15,000 generations. Until 1750 there was essentially […]

The Corona Syndrome – Why Fear is more Dangerous than the Virus

There is a wave of anxiety going round the world. It is destructive and has a sickening […]

Decolonizing the Mind with Sherri Mitchell

PCI Executive Director Asher Miller speaks with Sherri Mitchell (Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset) on the long history of […]

Decolonization: Digging deeper to get at the roots of systemic injustice and unsustainability

PCI Executive Director Asher Miller speaks with Sherri Mitchell (Weh’na Ha’mu Kwasset) on the long history of […]

A Warning from the Chickens of the World

How our reliance on mass-produced food increases the risk of pandemics In 1997, Lam Hoi-Ka, a previously […]

Water and the COVID-19 Pandemic: Ensuring Access to Water as Shutoff Moratoriums Lift

The 2020 COVID-19 pandemic sparked a nationwide discussion around the practice of water utilities disconnecting service to […]

Story of change: The rise of the rights of nature

A global movement to give nature rights is growing in the face of a mass extinction event […]

Why you should go animal-free: 18 arguments for eating meat debunked

Unpalatable as it may be for those wedded to producing and eating meat, the environmental and health […]

Racism Is Killing the Planet

The ideology of white supremacy leads the way toward disposable people and a disposable natural world. Last […]

India’s protected areas: Going, going…

During the current global pandemic, many governments are creating even more danger by using the crisis to […]

The loss of nature and rise of pandemics

At the time of writing, the world is in the grips of a global pandemic the like […]

Michael Tobias Interview – Special for Congress GLOBALISTICS 2020

Watch the video by American author, environmentalist, mountaineer, and filmmaker Michael Tobias here:

Calls for global ban on wild animal markets amid coronavirus outbreak

Experts say wildlife sold for human consumption raises risk of new epidemics. Wild animal markets must be […]

Equal Rights Advocates Have An Impact On Our Planet’s Sustainability

Although the issues of equal rights and environmental sustainability may appear distinct, they are actually closely related. […]