“Minimum Viable Planet” is a weeklyish commentary about climateish stuff, and how to keep it together in a world gone mad.
If we focus on the best possible outcomes, journalist Judith D. Schwartz argues together we can restore ecosystems.
Traditional reindeer herding is a cornerstone of Sámi culture in the European Arctic highlands. It’s also part of a finely balanced ecology that can help cool the planet. But Norway’s government wants mineral mines instead of roaming reindeer.
How one small stretch of coastline went from a hotbed of drug smuggling to a model of ecological restoration.
The blip in emissions will not have a longterm impact unless we invest in sustainable solutions on a grand scale.
As fire and disease move up the mountains, researchers race to find answers.
The COVID-19 outbreak is the planet’s way of telling us to do better, both in the environment and in the economy.
“Minimum Viable Planet” is a weeklyish commentary about climateish stuff, and how to keep it together in a world gone mad. This week, Sarah discovers television.
By decolonizing the atmosphere and making climate reparations, Eric Holthaus shows just how hopeful the next 30 years could be.
From action-oriented toolkits to talk therapy and meditation, these responses facilitate recovery, hope, and activism.