The New Normal?
An Environmental Humanities Response
Through the Portal of COVID-19
Coronavirus is a wake-up call
Our war with the environment is leading to pandemics
Environmental Humanities Response to COVID-19
An Open Letter on the COVID-19 Pandemic
Airborne Nitrogen Dioxide Plummets Over China
Measuring pollution due to the coronavirus shutdown
CORONAVIRUS: A warning shot from nature?
A discussion about humankind’s encroachment on the habitats of wild animals could lead to more zoonotic pandemics.
The Coronavirus as Messenger
Reflection of Infection (for Piano)
A musical reflection of infection, the moment during which the virus interacts with the cell by Markus J Buehler
David N. Pellow
From Social Distancing to Environmental Justice in the Time of COVID-19
COVID World, COVID Mind: Toward a New Consciousness
First Dog on the Moon
Will coronavirus save us from Climate change? No it will not.
From Ecology to Syndemic: Accounting for the Synergy of Epidemics
Why is climate change at the center of your own work as an activist?
Environmental activist Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, winner of the inaugural Children’s Climate Prize (2016), explains how climate change in his view is the central issue of our era precisely because it connects to so many other issues that define today’s critical social and environmental challenges, from racism to forced climate migration, from water security in the hinterlands of North American to degradation of our oceans, from LGBTQ rights to the rights of indigenous people. To Xiuhtezcatl these are all part of the same struggle.
EPA Refused to Hold a Hearing on Its Science Rule, So the UCS Held It for Them
Fighting for Science in a Time of Denial
Women Who Swim with the Whales: COVID-19
Greta Thunberg in conversation with Johan Rockström.
A digital conversation about courage, solidarity and opportunities in a time of crisis.
Carnal Relations: Pathogens, Provender and Embodied Co-presence
Respecting Children, Respecting Species
When Floods and Coronavirus Collide: Dealing With a Disaster During a Pandemic
Dr. Kristy Dahl reviews NOAA spring flooding and maps the potential collision with COVID-19
A Plague Genealogy
Scientists say cascading crises are the biggest threat to the well-being of future generations
View the 2020 Future Earth Report