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Current Publications

Journey to Earthland

Journey to Earthland

In our interdependent and dangerous century, an organic planetary civilization has become both a possibility and a necessity. This essay builds a conceptual framework for understanding the contemporary crisis, envisioning a desirable future, and acting collectively to get there.

Liberation Ecology

Liberation Ecology

What role can theology play in changing how we see nature and each other? A founder of liberation theology discusses the movement's origins and the vital connections between ecology and social justice.


  • Against Ecocide: Legal Protection for Earth

    Femke Wijdekop

    August 2016

    Against Ecocide: Legal Protection for Earth

    A movement is gaining traction to recognize the wanton destruction of nature by states and corporations as a crime under international law. The resistance will be fierce, but the emerging ecocentrism in law and citizen activism offers grounds for hope.

    With commentary by Rahul Goswami, Brian Henning, Paul Nieuwenhuis, Robert Paehlke, Linda Sheehan, Neera Singh, Pella Thiel, Tim Weiskel, and Allen White, and a response from the author.

  • A Higher Calling for Higher Education

    Cristina Escrigas

    June 2016

    A Higher Calling for Higher Education

    Higher education institutions are beset by forces of marketization and internationalization amidst a rapidly changing world. The potential for the university to become a transformative agent, however, still exists—if it can transform itself pedagogically, epistemologically, and politically.

    Commentary by a select group of academics and educators, and a response from the author.

  • Democratizing Science in an Age of Uncertainty

    Jerome Ravetz

    June 2016

    Democratizing Science in an Age of Uncertainty

    A founder of science and society studies recounts his intellectual journey and explains how the doctrine of predictive science has limited applicability to today’s vexing challenges. We need a “post-normal science” that acknowledges inherent risk, indeterminism, and the relevance of human values and interests.


  • Reflections on Journey to Earthland

    Tariq Banuri Joan Cocks Richard Falk Gilberto Gallopín Gus Speth Mary Evelyn Tucker

  • The Struggle for Meaningful Work

    Kent Klitgaard

  • Wiki Socialism?

    Rajesh Makwana