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The best case scenario for 2050: an extract from The Future We Choose, a new book by the architects of the Paris climate accords
The Guardian · 21 Feb
In their new book, the architects of the Paris climate accords, Christiana Figueres and Tom Rivett-Carnac, lay out radical but hopeful alternatives...
The Guardian · 21 Feb
Researchers say delaying climate change action risks "potentially catastrophic outcomes".
BBC News · 21 Feb
The Home Office's new points-based system for European immigrants is a self-defeating catastrophe.
politics.co.uk · 20 Feb
The dense vegetation makes Ausewell woods the equivalent of Dartmoor's rainforest, according to experts
devonlive · 20 Feb
Scientists at the University of Massachusetts Amherst have developed a device that uses a natural protein to create electricity from moisture in th...
phys.org · 20 Feb
Tensions between governments and citizens are running high around the globe. Political technologists provide a glimmer of hope
WIRED UK · 20 Feb
This detailed visualization breaks down the 100 most spoken languages around the world, by total and native speakers. Can you find yours on the list?
Visual Capitalist · 18 Feb
Scientists describe 20.75C logged at Seymour Island as ‘incredible and abnormal’
The Guardian · 15 Feb
The emergency is about the urgency to act. The crisis is about the need to transform. The meta-crisis is the tenacity of our inertia.
Medium · 15 Feb
SUNY-ESF is the oldest and most distinguished institution in the United States that focuses on the study of the environment.
SUNY-ESF · 15 Feb
Research shows abundance at sites in Europe has plunged by up to 80% in two decades
The Guardian · 15 Feb
Dams between Scotland, Norway, France and England ‘a possible solution’ to problem
A picture of two mice fighting over some crumbs on an empty Tube platform has won a prestigious ‘people’s poll’ award for wildlife photography. Sam...
The Independent · 12 Feb
The solution isn’t to try to think more carefully. It’s to trust the experts.
The New York Times · 12 Feb
Recent climate models project that a doubling of atmospheric CO2 above pre-industrial levels could cause temperatures to soar far above previous es...
Yale E360 · 12 Feb
One of the figures in the controversial Tube protest by Extinction Rebellion is a Buddhist teacher who has embraced a new form of revolutionary Bud...
Philosophy for Life · 12 Feb
Mytholmroyd community members say slow progress left properties unprotected
Varieties of corn, beans and squash seen as central to Cherokee identity will be deposited in Norway’s Svalbard seed bank
Have you heard of “compersion”? Definitions abound but the layman summary could be: “the opposite of jealousy”. It covers any positive…
Medium · 11 Feb
Toki Pona is an invented language that borrows from Dutch, English and Chinese. It has only 120 words but is two days enough time to become fluent?
The Guardian · 10 Feb
Jordan Peterson, the polarizing pundit and author, is recovering in a Moscow hospital after seeking "emergency" treatment for dependence on an anti...
CBC · 10 Feb
New research on sex in relationships shows the real reason it can benefit yours.
Psychology Today · 9 Feb
I hear the following more often than I would like from some of my fellow educators: “My students can’t or won’t discuss climate change. They’re too...
Literary Hub · 9 Feb
Populations disappearing in areas where temperatures are getting hotter, scientists say
The Guardian · 7 Feb
The move, in a capital once known for its artists and its party scene, aims to reverse a trend that is driving out older and lower-income residents.
The New York Times · 6 Feb
Limiting global warming to well below 2 degrees C requires a decarbonized world by 2050 at the latest, and a corresponding global transformation of...
phys.org · 6 Feb
Image credit: Duncan Rawlinson Burning Man likes to see itself as a radical counter-culture. But what if it is in fact an incumbent culture and mai...
Burning Stories · 6 Feb
Plunging into deep pools of philosophy and imagination, Ayana and Bayo’s conversation winds through dimensions of the new and the ancient: Yoruba m...
FOR THE WILD · 6 Feb
The simulators used to forecast warming have suddenly started giving us less time.
Bloomberg.com · 3 Feb
On this episode I'm joined once again by meditation teacher and author Rob Burbea. For this conversation Jamie Bristow and I talk with Rob about hi...
Spotify · 29 Jan