Engrossed A young girl “reads” ice-book text comprised of Fremont cottonwood seed(Populus fremontii) beside the Rio Grande in Albuquerque, New Mexico | Photo by Claire Cote

The Population Sciences Are in The Dark Ages

Imagine the field of astrophysics if nobody agreed on the definition for “mass” and if the formula […]


Hard Choices: Green New Deal and SA Climate Ready

This past February, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s office released an updated version of her Green New Deal bill. The […]

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Emergency Climate Mobilization. Is it even possible? If so how?

A conversation cum debate between Rupert Read and Tom Athanasiou 201 Moses Hall, UC Berkeley Campus, 4 […]

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What if everything grew indefinitely like the economy?

This was originally published in Sustainability Illustrated  What if everything grew indefinitely like the economy? (cartoon #24) […]

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The Rise of Women

She’s just turned 16 and is already a world leader with more statespersonlike qualities, clear-eyed goals, plain […]

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The Uninhabitable Earth- Life After Warming

ABOUT THE UNINHABITABLE EARTH “The Uninhabitable Earth hits you like a comet, with an overflow of insanely lyrical prose […]

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Biospheric Literacy and Sustainability 101- Talking Points

On behalf of Biospheric Literacy and Sustainability 101, find the following note cards with talking points related […]


Hypothesis for a Risk Cost of Carbon

Presentation and discussion of the recently published book chapter: “Hypothesis for a Risk Cost of Carbon: Revising […]

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The Silver Gun Hypothesis: Book Launch at COP24

The IPCC (2018) special report on 1.5°C of global warming estimates that to stay below 1.5°C, manmade […]

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The Big Picture

Humanity has a lot of problems these days. Climate change, increasing economic inequality, crashing biodiversity, political polarization, […]