A machine-learning algorithm predicts that more than half of the thousands of species whose conservation status has yet to be assessed are probably in danger of disappearing for good
James Lovelock changed the way human beings look at the Earth
The father of the Gaia hypothesis died on July 26th, aged 103
Climate endgame: Exploring catastrophic climate change scenarios
It is time for the scientific community to grapple with the challenge of better understanding catastrophic climate change.
The case for philanthropy to step up with an intersectional approach
Currently, as India is emerging from the pandemic, we are at a critical inflection point, where philanthropy has an opportunity to become strategic by applying the approach of intersectionality.
Framing the next paradigm and the challenge facing democratic governance with Philip W. Yun
Omega founder Michael Lerner and guest Philip Yun engaged a discussion about the nature of the struggle ahead for democratic governance in the new world we are facing.
Rescue: From global crisis to a better world with Ian Goldin
Despite acknowledging that the global system is broken, Ian is positive about its potential.
Meet the MetaModerns: An emerging movement has a radical alternative approach to social change
In this Omega Conversation, Omega founder Michael Lerner is in conversation with Rufus Pollock, a global expert on the information society. They discuss a radical alternative to social change that considers wiser, more holistic ways for humans to live together.
Ukraine: Nuclear security & nuclear safety Dr. Tatsujiro Suzuki
A rapid response webinar on the nuclear implications of the invasion of the Ukraine. Professor Tatsujiro Suzuki will cover:
The age of energy disruptions
In this Omega Collaborative webinar, Joan Diamond & Nate Hagens speak with François-Xavier Chevallerau about his newly released paper, The Age of Energy Disruptions.
Planetary health: Protecting nature to protect ourselves
Omega founder Michael Lerner discusses planetary health with two of the leaders of the field, Sam Myers and Howard Frumkin