We live in a world of finite resources that abide by fixed patterns and rules, or what physicists call the laws of nature. Civilizations are not immune to these rules.
Erin Blakemore, Smithsonian. October 30, 2015
After historic rains, Atacama, Chile is exploding with vibrant wildflowers
Admiral Jim Stavridis (Ret.) 10/28/2015
Virtually all of the world's information moves deep under the sea. Well over 95 percent of everything moving on the global Internet passes through 200 or so highly active cables, some as deep under water as Mount Everest is tall.
Steven Cohen, October 12, 2015
In the fall of 1975 I found myself sitting in Lester Milbrath's Environmental Politics graduate seminar at SUNY Buffalo
As everyone is well aware, Europe is an absolute mess. The gravity of the global debt crisis is getting worse and for sure it’s the end of the world as we have known it. EU trade commissioner Karel De Gucht recently said, “The endgame has begun, and how it will finish I do not know.”
Published on Apr 5, 2012 by ThriveMovement
FROM the safety of a computer screen in the control room, I can see a robot scoop up a chunk of asbestos from the reactor floor.
A series of extreme weather events around the world have caused food production failures sparking fear of a global food crisis.
Powering homes with electricity collected from the air may be possible after scientists report solving a centuries old riddle about how moisture in the atmosphere becomes electrically charged.
Man-made chemicals are all over the place in today's environment, and many of them regularly come into direct contact with the food supply.