Richard Heinberg Feb 11, 2014
Life often presents us with paradoxes, but seldom so blatant or consequential as the following. Read this sentence slowly: Today it is especially difficult for most people to understand our … >>
Government is part of the problem and part of the solution, but that shouldn't be surprising because government is simply the means by which our communities make decisions — for good or for ill. Governments have power and resources, but they can also move very slowly. What are the best roles that government agencies and officials of all levels should play in confronting challenges as large as climate change, as complex as social justice, and as controversial as overpopulation?
Interview by Adam Ramsey, Open Democracy Leading American climate change activist and founder of 350.org Bill McKibbon calls for environmentalists to get on the front foot ahead of his European … >>
Resilience is often understood simply as the ability to “bounce back” from a single disaster like a hurricane or earthquake. This survey commissioned by Post Carbon Institute found … >>
How do population, water, energy, food, and climate issues impact one another? What can we do to address one problem without making the others worse? The Post Carbon Reader features … >>