Ashley Inguanta delivers powerful, earned emotion in this brief poem on boundaries and love’s expansiveness.
Men have destroyed the Earth beyond repair—but at least we have Smartphones.
Looking back to a time when protecting our environment wasn’t a bipartisan issue, what went wrong?
Are Australia’s carbon emissions and air quality rankings really surprising?
2015 as a collective whole, was one of the most important years in the history of our species.
Billions of dollars are needed post Paris just to maintain pledges.
We are swimming in a sea of cultural BS.
Who are we? Why are we here? Where did we come from? And if we are here, who else is here; and who else is out there?
Climate change might just bring the shore to the vacationers.
We’re on a planet that breathes, pulsing with water and soil and love. We’re on a planet that cradles life without demand, turn after turn … We’re on a planet that is running out: out of water, out of air, out of time.
That which is within the planet is within you.
Mother Earth gets revenge. And it’s not pretty.
Prince Ea offers an apology to future generations for leaving them with a world that will be nothing like the one we knew.
Astronaut Terry Virts filmed a thunderstorm over central Africa—from the International Space Station.
Matthew Rozsa reminds us that man-made global warming is a fact, and we as a species need to grow up and take responsibility.
“The world is full of people who share hopes and dreams of a grand future for humanity – be it here on Earth or on other worlds.”