Fundamental Questions: Is Green Hydrogen a Thing?
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Fundamental Questions: What is a Green Hydrogen Economy?
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Ecological Tragedy, Memory and the Birth of Hope- A special MAHB feature from Michael Charles Tobias
Ecological Tragedy, Memory and the Birth of Hope- A special MAHB feature from Michael Charles Tobias A […]
A Plan for the Nations- The Need for Two United Nations
Do you think mankind will ever be able to solve the existential problems it faces? If you […]
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: […]
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 […]
In their own words: Paul Ehrlich
When did you first know that you wanted to work in the life sciences? I can’t really […]
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 […]
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 […]
The Parched Sea – Part 1
The Parched Sea, by Upending in support of The Ocean Cleanup (4 minutes). Watch the video here: […]
What’s Next for Earth: Sunnyvale artist kicks off global dialogue
Sunnyvale artist Michele Guieu spurs dialogue on Stanford website. Long before the coronavirus pandemic hit, putting the […]
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 […]
Comparing Corona virus responses in Florida and Australia: For the best results, follow the science
Responses to the corona virus are widely perceived as trade-offs between health and wealth. Political and business […]
Pure Math in the Post Doom University: Adrian (#20)
My obsession (and, fortunately, my work) is to consider and prepare for climate change impacts, not just […]
How the world is combating the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic
Since the beginning of 2020 every aspect of our world has changed in an unrecognizable way. Over […]
Healing the Red-Blue Divide
An expert on conflict resolution offers a new perspective on the ideological tensions that he says are […]
In 2012, “Nature” published a study led by more than 20 researchers from the top scientific institutions […]
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 […]
Deforestation and world population sustainability: a quantitative analysis
In this paper we afford a quantitative analysis of the sustainability of current world population growth in […]
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 […]
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 […]
Long-Haulers Are Redefining COVID-19
Lauren Nichols has been sick with COVID-19 since March 10, shortly before Tom Hanks announced his diagnosis […]
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 […]
Extinction Rebellion Podcast Episode 13 –The Future is Local, with Helena Norberg-Hodge and Jyoti Fernandes
In this week’s episode Jessica interviews two inspirational women: Helen Norberg-Hodge, the founder of Local Futures; and […]