Half Earth

We are inspired by the work of renowned biologist, researcher, and author, E. O. Wilson, who has proposed that the only way to forestall the sixth great extinction event is to set aside half of the earth as a protected, natural ecology. Wilson projects that we will be able to maintain a viable level of ecological health if we preserve the interconnected zones and ecotones that generate the richest biodiversity. It is essential that any framework for civilization be grounded in protecting half the earth–or more–for planetary health.

Planetary Health Library : Half Earth

Global Warming of 1.5 Degrees Celsius Reports
Planetary Health Alliance Websites
Global Climate Aciton Summit September 12-14, 2018 Websites
UNFCCC Momentum for Change Initiative Publishes Annual Report Leila Mead August 23, 2018 Reports
ecoAmerica Websites
Yale Program on Climate Change Communication Websites
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change Websites
The Paris Agreement Publications
Climate Change Shorts Andrew Revkin Videos
Carl Safina Websites
The Safina Center Websites
What are Animals Thinking and Feeling? Carl Safina October 2015 Videos, Presentations
The Power Forest Carl Safina Blog Post
In Defense of Biodiversity: Why Protecting Species from Extinction Matters Carl Safina February 12, 2018 Essays
Biodiversity isn’t just pretty: it future-proofs our world Elizabeth Boakes August 7, 2018 Blog Post
MOL: Map of Life Websites
Jetz Lab: Global Biodiversity, Ecology & Conservation Websites
Biodiversity may prove to be the defining issue of our age July 25, 2018 Publications
E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation Websites
Mapping Species for Half Earth Jeremy Malczyk, Michelle Duong, Ajay Ranipeta, Chris Heltne, Walter Jetz of Map of Life, Yale University, and the E.O. Wilson Biodiversity Foundation Half-Earth Project July 30 Blog Post
Half Earth Project Websites