On Human Nature

“Human nature is seriously flawed. We must learn to control our deep-seated instincts. Without fundamental change in […]

Changing Tack, An Ecological Account of My Life

Changing Tack is an inspirational account of one man’s quest to understand ecology and use it to […]

A manifesto for theory in environmental studies and sciences

The interdiscipline of environmental studies and sciences (ESS) has emerged in response to the multiple and complex […]

Why resilience is unappealing to social science: Theoretical and empirical investigations of the scientific use of resilience

Collaborating across disciplines often proves to be a vocabulary exercise, with the struggles of deciphering jargon all […]

#ECRPaper: Fertility decline and the changing dynamics of wealth, status and inequality

How do fertility, wealth, status and inequality relate to each other in the course of demographic transitions? […]

Why (Some) People Don’t Believe In Climate Science

For It’s Okay To Be Smart, Joe Hanson explains the science behind why (s0me) people continue to […]

Why We’re Not Ditching Resilience Yet…

Rhys Kelly and Ute Kelly conducted a survey to gather reflections on ‘resilience’ and “present preliminary themes […]

Dreams from endangered cultures

Wade Davis discusses another extinction event occurring on our planet, that of the world’s diverse indigenous cultures. […]

The Metaphysics of Protection

“The Metaphysics of Protection is a lyrical paen to the Earth and the complex roots of her […]

Why Life Matters

Fifty Ecosystems of the Heart and Mind “Dr. Michael Charles Tobias and Jane Gray Morrison are world-renowned […]