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Lessons from the Coronavirus?

“COVID-19 teaches us that we are one biology. Hence our fates are intertwined. You protect everybody, by protecting yourself. The same holds true for climate and sustainability.” Who would have...   More ›

Scotland, new biocapacity leader?

By Professor Pat Hanscom, Mathis Wackernagel, Ph.D., and Nicola Horsburgh   Scotland may be close to running a biocapacity reserve, becoming a biocapacity leader in its own right, new research...   More ›

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DCAF WEBINAR: Preparing for the Coming Storm: The Security Sector and the Environment

22 September 16:00-17:30 (CEST) The nexus between environmental and human security is increasingly being recognized, with many fragile and conflict affected countries at particularly high risk for immediate environmental challenges. How can security sector governance and reform contribute to preparing for a future shaped by environmental degradation and climate change? This webinar, hosted by the... View Full event

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ISSP: My Obsession with Overshoot

There is no other possible future than a regenerative one. This means that, rather than living off depletion and liquidation as we currently do, we will live off what the...   More ›

ENERGIEWENDE-MAGAZIN: Auf grossem fuss

Warum? Diese Frage treibt Mathis Wackernagel seit fast drei Jahrzehnten um. Warum wollen die Menschen nicht wahrhaben, dass sie die Natur übernutzen? Warum nehmen sie sich sorglos immer mehr von...   More ›

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