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What we're reading III
Part three of our regular round-up of things we've enjoyed reading.
Gaia at 40
In 2014, the Gaia hypothesis turns 40. Has it stood the test of time? Two new books reappraise the theory.
What we're reading II
Part two of our regular round-up of things we've enjoyed reading.
Climate change: the state of the science
We asked Owen Gaffney, Director of Communications at IGBP, about their upcoming event on the IPCC Working Group I report.
What we're reading
This is the first of a regular round-up of things we've enjoyed reading.
What's in a name? Understanding the Anthropocene
We live in a new geological era. What that means, though, is now subject to academic debate.
Spotlight on Environmental Buzzwords: Biodiversity Hotspot
When it comes to global sustainability, one of the biggest challenges is finding a common language. This week, Max McClure puts "Biodiversity Hotspots" in the spotlight. So to speak.
Can irrigation be hazardous to your health?
Understanding links between health and irrigation can save lives.
How does equality link to global sustainability? Richard Wilkinson interview
Richard Wilkinson, co-author of the best-seller The Spirit Level, spoke at a recent Future Earth event in London about equality and global sustainability.
Spotlight on Environmental Buzzwords: Ecosystem Services
When it comes to global sustainability, one of the biggest challenges is finding a common language. This week, Max McClure puts "Ecosystem Services" in the spotlight.