Planetary Health Alliance

By Noah Kuhn

The Planetary Health Alliance is a consortium of universities, NGOs, and other partners, including the Garrison Institute, committed to advancing planetary health — an interdisciplinary field focused on characterizing the human health impacts of human-caused disruptions of Earth’s natural systems.

Toward Ecological Civilization

By Noah Kuhn

Formulating the requirements for the flourishing of life in all its forms ― an ecological civilization ― will provide the roadmap that leaders need and will ground a hope that stimulates the necessary reforms. The Institute for Ecological Civilization works internationally to support systemic approaches to long-term sustainability by developing collaborations among government, business, and religious leaders and among scholars,…

Interpreting ecological civilisation (part one)

By Noah Kuhn

The first of a three-part series, Sam Geall reports in 2015: “A new Party document on ‘ecological civilisation’ reveals new government strategies for greening China, with potentially wide-ranging implications.”

100 Solutions to Reverse Global Warming

By Noah Kuhn

Project Drawdown is a world-class research organization that reviews, analyzes, and identifies the most viable global climate solutions, and shares these findings with the world. Project Drawdown partners with communities, policy-makers, non-profits, businesses, investors, and philanthropists to identify and deploy science-based, effective climate solutions — as quickly, safely, and equitably as possible.

The Lancet Planetary Health

By Noah Kuhn

The Lancet Planetary Health is a gold Open Access journal that aims to establish and grow an entirely new field of scientific inquiry—namely, to investigate and provide solutions to the political, economic, social, and environmental determinants of healthy human civilisations and the natural systems on which they depend.

The Philosophical Foundations of Ecological Civilization: A manifesto for the future (Routledge Environmental Humanities)

By Noah Kuhn

The global ecological crisis is the greatest challenge humanity has ever had to confront, and humanity is failingThis book reframes the dynamics of the debate beyond the discourses of economics, politics and techno-science. Reviving natural philosophy to align science with the humanities, it offers the categories required to reform our modes of existence and our institutions so that we augment,…