Patterns of Meaning| Jeremey Lent's

As Society Unravels, the Future Is Up for Grabs

As civilization faces an existential crisis, our leaders demonstrate their inability to respond. Theory of change shows […]

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Yet another emerging global crisis- Homelessness

Before we discuss the global phenomenon of homelessness we need to understand one of the driving forces […]


A simple online system that could end plastic pollution

Poorer communities in the developing world bear the brunt of plastic pollution. Could a new digital payment […]


Can we think in new ways about the existential human security risks driven by the climate crisis?

Note: This post is the foreword to a policy paper on existential climate and security risks released today by […]

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The UN Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm 1972 and the Interrelations between Intergovernmental Discourse Framing and Activist Influence

The UN Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm 1972 and the Interrelations between Intergovernmental Discourse Framing […]

Extinction Rebellion

Extinction Rebellion Heathrow Disruption Proposal

An Extinction Rebellion team has proposed a pressure and movement building action in the context of the […]


A Declining Population Need Not Cause Angst

Total births in the United States fell last year to about 3.79 million, the smallest number in […]

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Catalysing mass commitment to transformational change

This is a presentation about how we can align to catalyse mainstream commitment to a life-affirming culture, […]

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You Don’t Have to Be a Vegan to Be a Climate-Friendly Eater

But recent studies underscore the need to dial back our burger habit. Last October, scientists convened by the […]


Men, don’t fear the snip – it’s the best way to share the burden of birth control

Vasectomies are suddenly unpopular, but in a heterosexual couple it’s a feminist action for a man to […]

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Majority of Brits unwilling to cut back to fight climate change, poll finds

Poll also reveals the more than half of the country would not drastically reduce their meat consumption […]

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Declaration:We, the undersigned, declare our decision not to bear children due to the severity of the ecological […]

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Tosepan: Resistance and Renewal in Mexico

Since the mid-1980s, Mexico has been a poster child for globalization. Through free trade treaties and structural […]

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On Strategies for Socioecological Transformation

This article was originally published by Degrowth, 9 January 2019 In a recent post, a group of authors […]

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Empowering Personal Green Deals: Legislating the Prevention of U.S. Unintended Pregnancies

Averting environmental and social costs Envision any woman – or man – in the United States being […]

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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 […]


Before It’s Too Late

Mary Christina Wood On Avoiding Climate Disaster When I arrived at the urban homestead Mary Christina Wood […]

This article was originally published by BuzzFeed on February 9, 2019

A Huge Climate Change Movement Led by Teenage Girls Is Sweeping Europe. And It’s Coming to the US Next.

This article was originally published by BuzzFeed on February 9, 2019 Students are going on strike around […]

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The Club of Rome Climate Emergency Plan

With this emergency paper, the Club of Rome is attempting to respond to the direct  calls for […]


In Response to Lies and Hate, Let Me Make Some Things Clear About My Climate Strike

If everyone listened to the scientists and the facts that I constantly refer to—then no one would […]

Young mangrove saplings growing in Kubu Raya, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. by Sigit Deni Sasmito/CIFOR

Environmental Politics in 2019: Where Does The Green New Deal Stand?

Zero Net Fifty discusses environmental politics. Listen to their first podcast here.   

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Germany Has Proven the Modern Automobile Must Die

This story originally appeared on The New Republic and is part of the Climate Desk collaboration. Germany was supposed to be a […]


Anand Giridharadas Delivers a Harsh Message to Rich Techie Philanthropists

During a panel on the need for a more democratic approach to philanthropy, Giridharadas said our age of “extraordinary elite […]

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Mutual Aid Disaster Relief: An Interview with the MAHB to Discuss Resilience

Mutual Aid Disaster Relief has sprung to the aid of victims of climate related disasters in Florida, […]