In reality, the likelihood that the current mess is a coincidence is vanishingly small.
Life as we know it is under threat, as short-term-thinking politicians ignore the signs that point to a dystopian future
A new public event series exploring the multiple, overlapping crises of our time and how we can navigate the global polycrisis.
Donella “Dana” Meadows was a pioneer in systems thinking and sustainability, a MacArthur Fellow, a professor, a farmer, and a mentor and friend to countless people.
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.