There could be more than 60 billion of them on the planet
A solar border would alleviate a range of binational problems. For one, it would have a civilizing effect.
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
Any climate plan that doesn’t consider this question is bound to fail.
Soundscape ecology plunges us into a wilder world beyond the mundane and merely visual
Demography teaches an important lesson about population explosions: they are always temporary
An interview with Kim Stanley Robinson: Climate change, science fiction, and our collective failure of imagination
He came to science late in his life, helped to preserve the Earth’s protective ozone, and fundamentally changed our views of nature and ourselves
Geoengineering demands a new way of looking at the world—one that can be troubling.
For decades, humans have modeled technology on observations of the natural world. But new discoveries about nature—and tools for manipulating it—have opened up novel approaches potentially more powerful than mere imitation to solving Human Age problems.