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Overpopulation and water scarcity leading to world future food crisis

OVERPOPULATION   The future of our food supply should undoubtedly be the number one concern of our world […]

Racism Is Killing the Planet

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

FirstEARTH.LIVE – Regenerative AI

ART (Advanced Regenerative Technology) for EARTH Our Regenerative AI project will be an open and transparent collaboration […]

The Coronavirus Is Rewriting Our Imaginations

What felt impossible has become thinkable. The spring of 2020 is suggestive of how much, and how […]

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Building BRIDGEs | Cross-Sectoral Approaches to Biodiversity Conservation: Governance, Natural Resource Management, and “Thinking and Working Politically”

The Wilson Center’s Environmental Change & Security Program, in partnership with USAID’s BRIDGE project, held the second […]

Understanding Our Pandemic – Economy Predicament

The world’s number one problem today is that the world’s population is too large for its resource […]

Introducing the concept of Demographic justice

People and organisations talking about Human population dynamics have found that a lot of people in particular […]

Finding God in the Pandemic: When We Ignore Science, We Ignore God

As viral deaths spiral heavenward, so too must many a prayer these days.  It’s a behavior inbedded […]

The Fierce Urgency of Now.* The Deployment of Negative Emission Technologies (Nets) by Regional International Organizations


Rule By Virus

Against a backdrop of multiple conspiracy theories, the Coronavirus spreads inexorably. The matter is however reasonably straightforward […]

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The Pre-pandemic Universe Was the Fiction

What the coronavirus outbreak reveals is not the unreality of our present moment, but the illusions it […]

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Coronavirus and the Death of ‘Connectivity’

The Covid 19 pandemic is the second major crisis of globalization in a decade. The first was […]

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Comparative Resilience: 8 Principles for Post-COVID Reconstruction

This past weekend, a bright Georgetown undergraduate asked me how I squared my passion for localization with […]

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GreenPlanet – BluePlanet Podcast by Julian Guderley: (Re)Humans Series with Jeremy Lent

The GreenPlanet – BluePlanet podcast features stories and insights from artists, teachers, authors and philanthropreneurs of the […]

Podcast: The Future Is Up for Grabs – It’s Time for Cathedral Thinking

This podcast features a conversation hosted by Terry Patten with his guest, the philosopher, author, and integrator […]

Environment, 5G Technology and LED lighting – unintended consequences

The decision by the UK Government to invite Chinese tech company Huawei to develop a significant sector […]

Call to Action for the US Transition Movement

We are living in a Transition Moment. To those of us who are resilience-minded, this shock to […]

Who’s to blame?

The Covid-19 blame game is as out of control as the virus.  This was as inevitable as […]

From Our Members: A Necessary Element in the Solution of Our Existential Problems.

I would like to share an ancient wisdom story still told by the indigenous peoples of North […]

The Clash: Gaia and Homo Sapiens in the Anthropocene. The Search for Reconciliation

Synopsis “Anthropocene,” a candidate term for this epoch of the earth’s geologic history, also signals a decisive […]

Global Secrets

“The world population (will be) reduced to 500,000,000 for sustainability.” This text is inscribed in three massive […]

One-Billion World

Preface: Humanity and the Biosphere  The biosphere of the Earth is unique in the universe as far […]