Environment

Cycles of Gaia calendar

Co-creating with Nature

Rather than tracking our own important engagements, the calendar charts the plans of twenty familiar friends with whom we share space every day, but often forget have busy lives themselves.

February 23, 2024

Rim Fire

HEATED: Challenging objectivity in climate journalism

Presenting an issue like climate change as a debate with two sides, as is still somewhat common, is often justified under the banner of objectivity, but it’s only one of many dissonant standards that environmental reporters are held to, argues podcast guest Emily Atkin.

February 23, 2024

LNG planned protest groups

Has the White House Gone Green?

A mix of celebration and scrutiny has followed Biden’s announcement of a pause on LNG export approvals. Whether this dramatic policy shift was spurred more by dogged activism, desperate vote-seeking, saturated markets and pissed off gas execs, or simply by resource depletion, it is a win for frontline communities and the environmental justice movement.

February 23, 2024

Mother and baby sperm whale

Sperm Whales Have Culture Too: Strong Evidence That Clans, Culture, and Dialects Are Not Unique to Humans

The facts about sperm whales rival in some ways the extreme capacities and behaviors that until recently we thought were uniquely human.

February 21, 2024

small business

Redesigning Business for Sustainability

We need to reform businesses so they adopt environmental protection goals on their own. This means encouraging new legal forms of business: ones that allow the purpose, governance, and role of profit to align with the steady-state goal.

February 21, 2024

Inuit hunter

On this Social Network, Sea Ice, Traditional Foods, and Wildlife Are Always Trending

Using an app developed by Inuit in Nunavut, Indigenous communities from Alaska to Greenland are harnessing data to make their own decisions.

February 21, 2024

Fall of Icarus fresco

How Do You Love What You Keep?

Limits are a necessary part of bringing about the life I long for, and of caring for the people, places, and futures we’ve all been entrusted to keep.

February 21, 2024

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