Resources

Sustainability 101: Indigenuity is not optional

The third video in visually rich 3-part “Post-doom (Collapse & Adaptation) Primer”: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list. This video, “SUSTAINABILITY 101: […]

Americans May Add Five Times More Plastic to the Oceans Than Thought

The United States is using more plastic than ever, and waste exported for recycling is often mishandled, […]

An Open Letter From Michael Moore To President-Elect Joe Biden

As President-Elect Biden and Vice President-Elect Harris plan their transition to the White House (and as President […]

Welcome To The ‘Turbulent Twenties’

We predicted political upheaval in America in the 2020s. This is why it’s here and what we […]

The Great Unraveling?

The coronavirus pandemic has brought the interconnectedness and fragility of global systems into stark relief. In this […]

Financing Water Supply and Sanitation in a Changing Climate

Human-caused climate change is real and accelerating, creating new challenges for all aspects of freshwater management, including […]

Peter Gleick’s National Water Plan for California

Rehash of his 2012 ‘Water for the 21st Century Plan’ that went nowhere even under Obama and […]

The Plastic Pandemic

COVID-19 trashed the recycling dream. COVID-19 has hit plastic recycling, just as big oil firms are investing […]

Experts explain how your brain tricks you into taking risks during the pandemic

It was mid-February and Maria Konnikova — a psychologist, writer and champion poker player — was on […]

What if Local and Diverse Is Better Than Networked and Global?

Helena Norberg-Hodge has been arguing for localism since the 1970s, but the pandemic is making the Australian […]

Extreme poverty set for first rise since 1998, World Bank warns

Extreme poverty is set to rise this year for the first time in more than two decades, […]

Billionaires see fortunes rise by 27% during the pandemic

Billionaires have seen their fortunes hit record highs during the pandemic, with top executives from technology and […]

Providing decent living with minimum energy: A global scenario

Highlights: Providing Decent Living with Minimum Energy: A Global Scenario. As ecological breakdown looms, the basic material […]

What If Preventing Collapse Isn’t Profitable?

The real downside of the green-profit narrative has been that it created the assumption in many people’s […]

I Lived Through Collapse. America Is Already There.

Living in Sri Lanka during the end of the civil war, I saw how life goes on, […]

The Five Real Conspiracies You Need to Know About

While millions of people are spellbound by false conspiracy theories, the real conspiracies that are wrecking our […]

The Parched Sea – Part 1

The Parched Sea, by Upending in support of The Ocean Cleanup (4 minutes). Watch the video here: […]

It’s Not Just the West. These Places Are Also on Fire.

Extreme temperatures and more severe droughts, the result of human-caused climate change, have created a world that’s […]

China just stunned the world with its step-up on climate action – and the implications for Australia may be huge

China’s President Xi Jinping surprised the global community recently by committing his country to net-zero emissions by […]

‘It’s been so, so surreal.’ Critics of Sweden’s lax pandemic policies face fierce backlash

On 5 April, Anders Tegnell, chief epidemiologist for the Swedish public health authority, sent an email to […]

The need for strategic food policy in Australia

Food is the most interconnected policy issue any government faces. In Australia, governing the food system cuts […]

Dying in a Leadership Vacuum

Covid-19 has created a crisis throughout the world. This crisis has produced a test of leadership. With […]

Mechai Viravaidya: How Mr. Condom made Thailand a better place

At TEDxChange, Thailand’s “Mr. Condom,” Mechai Viravaidya, walks us through the country’s bold plan to raise its […]

Population growth and climate change: environmental threat multipliers – a new publication from TOP

The Overpopulation Project is pleased to announce its most recent publication, “Population growth and climate change: Addressing […]

Californian wildfires

Climate Change Will Force a New American Migration

Wildfires rage in the West. Hurricanes batter the East. Droughts and floods wreak damage throughout the nation. […]