Why climate change won’t wait for the president.
The founders of Ecosocialist Horizons discuss climate change, the collapse of capitalism, and building a new world in the shell of the old.
The award-winning author on why he loves to write fiction and talk politics, and how nationalism fuels climate change.
The scientific community is largely united on the dangers of climate change, so why is no one listening?
To find out how fast, and how much, polar ice might melt in the future, scientists are looking to ancient rocks for clues of what happened in the past.
The evolving field of ecopsychology aims to cure what ails us by bridging the human-nature rift.
As we grapple with the legal, political, and cultural implications of drone warfare and targeted killing, the renowned anthropologist draws on an older turning point in military ethics—weapons design at Los Alamos.
The ascension of science in so many facets of our everyday lives has not sparked a revitalization of belief in the power of reason.
When writer Rivka Galchen and neuroscientist David Linden get together, the boundaries of science, emotion, and memory blur.
The iconic anthropologist and activist on what chimpanzees tell us about our ultimate destiny, the sixth great extinction, and reasons for hope.
Since 1997, I have spent several months each year living alongside biologists in the rainforests of Peru, Brazil, French Guyana, and Costa Rica. As an artist I am attracted to the idea that when I am working in a rainforest, I am a “visual researcher.”
[T]he observatories beneath the moon of Jaipur and Delhi, the black ribbon of migrations, the eels in the middle of the street or in the stalls in a theatre…