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  • 25 Jan 2023
    Julian Cribb

    Look out! Here comes the Catastrophocene…

    The good news is that the Anthropocene is almost over. It may have been the shortest geological epoch in all of Earth history. The bad news is that the Catastrophocene is just beginning.

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  • 26 Aug 2020
    Martin Hensher

    COVID-19 and the economics of information: uncomfortable lessons for sustainability?

    COVID-19 has confirmed some long-understood yet long-ignored truths about the economics of information, and has also highlighted deeply disturbing fractures in today’s information ecology COVID-19 has delivered an extraordinary shock to humanity. Advocates and researchers working on sustainability have rightly seized on the similarly extraordinary opportunity that the (eventual) recovery from this pandemic offers: to […]

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  • 13 Jan 2020
    Peter Newell

    Global Green Politics

    We need new thinking and new politics if the world is to get out of the mess we are currently in. A new book Global Green Politics provides a tour de force of the contribution of Green politics to building a fairer and more sustainable future. Environmental issues are now firmly on the global political […]

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