Living in Sri Lanka during the end of the civil war, I saw how life goes on, surrounded by death.
In a landscape where nothing is certain and old patterns of control tighten their grip, Llewellyn Vaughan-Lee urges us to leave behind that which no longer nourishes us and work with the Earth toward a living future.
In many ways, the discussions in our world are not only energy blind but also blind to accelerating threats to nations outside our own.
Weather: An early disruption event is starting for the Polar Vortex, with pressure anomalies setting the stage for something bigger later in Winter
A coalition, led predominantly by women, aims to transform economies around the world to deliver shared well-being for people and the planet by 2040.
What can we take away from 2022? Here is a round-up from Nate Hagens, who is among the most insightful reporters on the polycrisis.
People are shooting, sabotaging and vandalizing electrical equipment in the U.S. at a pace unseen in at least a decade, amid signs that domestic extremists hope to use blackouts to sow unrest.
HOMEF, the Omega Resilience Awards (ORA) partner in Africa, has just launched their search for African fellows working to address the global polycrisis.
Jaron Lanier, the eminent American computer scientist, composer and artist, is no stranger to skepticism around social media, but his current interpretations of its effects are becoming darker and his warnings more trenchant.
Dr. Anthony Fauci reflects on his career and the future of infectious disease.