Scientists are not merely a special interest group.
We continuously reset our perception of what nature is and where nature occurs, codifying degradation
Sustainability will not be achieved with rising human population and increasing resource use.
Copper has been extracted from less and less attractive ores since Biblical times, yet we have not run out.
If we are ever to see these fisheries recover, protecting rockweed will be an important foundation for the effort.
We will find it increasingly difficult to feed and shelter increasing numbers of humans across our planet
Some types of food can be grown more efficiently overseas and shipped to the point of use, with less overall energy use.
Short of eating endangered species, eating beef is probably the worst choice you can make vis-à-vis sustainability of the human enterprise on the planet
As long as the human population on Earth is growing, nothing we are doing is particularly sustainable
Let’s hear calls to those who manage college and university endowments, not to divest from the fossil fuel industry, but to invest in alternatives.