Commentary: What will it really take to avoid collapse?

Our global systems, which are designed for perpetual growth, need to be fundamentally restructured to avoid the worst-case outcome.

Editor's note: This piece was originally published at Millennium Alliance for Humanity and Biosphere (MAHB) and is republished here with permission.

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Columbus Day: Not a day of hope for the environment.

The Columbus mindset is the same one that is driving our global civilization toward environmental catastrophe

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Analysis: The future is what we make of it—but what will that be?

The Future Is What We Make of It—But What Will That Be?

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