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Humans are creating hot spots where bats could transmit zoonotic diseases

A new map shows how human actions are affecting outbreak risks, sometimes in surprising places, which could […]

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Does a plant-based diet really help beat COVID-19?

Since the beginning of the pandemic, it’s been suggested that certain foods or diets may offer protection […]

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The importance of resource security for poverty eradication

Abstract As humanity’s demand on natural resources is increasingly exceeding Earth’s biological rate of regeneration, environmental deterioration […]

Stress Varies Along the Social Density Continuum

Abstract Social stress is ubiquitous in the lives of social animals. While significant research has aimed to […]

COVID-19: We can’t predict what’s next. But here’s what we can do now.

Not long after California’s June 15 grand reopening, a celebration of the lifting of most of its […]

The Invisible, and Growing Ecological Footprint of Digital Technology

The elements of our lifestyle which we most closely identify with tend to be off-limits to any […]

Campaigners’ rage against the cage could prompt EU farming revolution

Over 1 million EU citizens want to break Europe’s 300 million farm animals out of confinement. Europe’s […]

World Environment Day 2021: The real oximeter

What we need is an evergreen revolution that secures livelihood, provides for energy security and combats climate […]

Rates of Parkinson’s disease are exploding. A common chemical may be to blame

Researchers believe a factor is a chemical used in dry cleaning and household products such as shoe […]

Did Sweden get Covid wrong?

Johan Giesecke, the country’s former state epidemiologist, assesses a year of pandemic. This time a year ago, […]

Bhutan: Conservation and Environmental Protection in the Himalayas

Bhutanese ecology as never before seen from the inside by one of the country’s leading scientists, with […]

Genes and Cultures What Creates Our Behavioral Phenome?

A central theme of the flood of literature in recent years in “evolutionary psychology” and “behavioral genetics” […]

Bioethics: Are Our Priorities Right?

Neither biologists nor nonbiologists in today’s society are paying adequate attention to the escalating ethical issues raised […]

Opinion: The indigenous custom behind New Zealand’s strong covid-19 response

Matthew Milner grew up in New Zealand, and is now pursuing his M.B.A. and M.A. in Education […]

The Dasgupta Review: Supplementary Notes on Investment in Conservation and Restoration, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health

The Dasgupta Review: Supplementary Notes on Investment in Conservation and Restoration, Family Planning, and Reproductive Health Partha […]

Racism and Nuclear Weapons, Part II: Katlyn Turner, Denia Djokić and Aditi Verma on the “Press the Button” podcast

Drs. Katlyn Turner, Denia Djokic, and Aditi Verma are back on “Press the Button” to further explore […]

The Overpopulation Project

Coercion and population policies, Part 1

The unsustainable growth of the global population needs to be halted through informed voluntary action, including empowerment […]

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Psychopathology at the Limits to Economic Growth: An Essay in 3 Parts

This article looks at the individual and social psychology of the limits to economic growth. It is […]

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Letters to my daughters

How these letters came about In December 2019 I read about a novel coronavirus appearing in Wuhan, […]

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A holistic approach for the US behavioral health crisis during the COVID-19 pandemic

COVID-19 creates additional challenges for healthcare leaders seeking to improve behavioral health while offering an opportunity for […]

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The Population Factor – Episode 3: Population growth and the UN’s SDGs

The Population Factor is a series that dives into key conversations examining the connection between our planet’s […]

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FDA blindsided as Trump Admin cripples agency on its way out

It’s “a full-frontal assault on public health,” one official said. The US Food and Drug Administration is […]

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Pay Attention, Healthcare Workers!

Doctors have played a vital role in lowering mortality and increasing human life span and well-being. While […]

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Chomsky and Prashad: There are 3 major threats to life on Earth that we must address in 2021

Large parts of the world—outside of China and a few other countries—face a runaway virus, which has […]

Towards safe drinking water and clean cooking for all

The public health community has tried for decades to show, through evidence-based research, that safe water, sanitation, […]