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The Monthly Global Change Review #02

Top photo – “The Beach”, Acrylique sur toile (detail ) (2018) © Hadrien de Corneillan A monthly publication […]

The Earth in Fragments

The Epitome of Naked Idealism:  The Rare and Endangered Life of Michael Tobias

The Epitome of Naked Idealism:  The Rare and Endangered Life of Michael Tobias A Review of “The […]

Pigs Being Driven to Slaughter Outside of Shanghai

The Animal Rights Conundrum for China

Several years ago, I discussed the situation of animal rights in China with Professor Peter J. Li […]

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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, […]

Isaac Cordal “Follow the leaders” Berlin (Germany), 2011

The Monthly Global Change Review #01

Top photo – “Follow the leaders”, Berlin (Germany), 2011 © Isaac Cordal A monthly publication by Lyon […]

Securing our nuclear legacy: An open letter to President-elect Joe Biden

This article was re-printed with permission from The CT Mirror  Dear President-elect Biden, As you noted in […]

Fundamental Questions series

Fundamental Questions: Is Green Hydrogen a Thing?

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Fundamental Questions series

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 […]

The Chicago Theological Seminary Building at the University of Chicago by Justin KernFlickr | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0

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: […]

Michele Guieu

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 […]

Tomorrow

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 […]