Supplemental readings for, responses to, and coverage of An Ecomodernist Manifesto.
Conservation in the Anthropocene
Peter Kareiva, Michelle Marvier, and Robert Lalasz argue for a new paradigm for nature protection.
On Justice Movements
Christopher Foreman on the failure of climate justice movements to help the poor.
The Rise and Fall of Ecological Economics
Environmental philosopher Mark Sagoff offers a cautionary tale against monetizing nature to justify its preservation.
Why a Green Future Needs Nuclear Power
In light of the twin challenge of energy poverty and climate change, Mark Lynas changed his mind in support of nuclear…
Breakthrough Institute cofounder Ted Nordhaus and Michael Shellenberger on the coevolution of technology and humanity.
Natural Products and the Destruction of Nature
Stanford geographer Martin Lewis lays out a framework for environmental decoupling through "substitution."
Planet of No Return
Erle Ellis on how the history of humanity can be characterized as one of transgressing natural limits and thriving.
The Liberation of the Environment
Jesse H. Ausubel documents humanity's history of liberating nature through the use of technology.