Geoengineering demands a new way of looking at the world—one that can be troubling.
Thinking about apocalypse, like thinking about one’s own death, is not something that most of us have much enthusiasm for
Demography teaches an important lesson about population explosions: they are always temporary
Almost imperceptibly, we are stepping off the consumption treadmill
The word “anthropocene” has become the closest thing there is to common shorthand for this turbulent, momentous, unpredictable, hopeless, hopeful time—duration and scope still unknown
There could be more than 60 billion of them on the planet
The ultimate literature of the imagination calls upon us to do more than merely invent or imitate the apocalypse
The Human Age will be shaped by the species we create and foster as well as the ones we kill off
Death is inevitable, but its
environmental toll may not have to be.
Yeast-derived “animal products” may soon be part of an environmentally balanced diet