Ecosystem modelling offers the potential to add much more depth to our models assessing the cost of development.
Mobile phones and the knowledge economy are combining to create new political opportunities for rural communities.
A study that casts doubt on whether being overweight is associated with a shorter life span has sparked 2013’s first public health controversy.
As climate change heightens the risks of natural hazards, the traditional definition of ‘refugee’ must change.
Even as US emissions have fallen precipitously, emissions in the EU are on the rise again. Why?
The long-term population health effects of sex-selective abortion.
February is “Move the Needle” month. What can be done, right now, to move us towards a more sustainable world?
Shale gas has been a prominent topic of discussion lately. How much promise does it hold as a new energy source – and how much peril?
How might we channel recent advances in computational modeling to help policymakers identify and quantify the links between natural ecosystems and human economies?