The Millennium Alliance for Humanity and the Biosphere (MAHB) hosts a blog that shares ideas from global thought leaders on issues associated with the complexity and gravity of the human predicament caused by the threats to sustainability. This is a joint venture between the MAHB and Sustainability Central (SC), based at the University of Technology, Sydney (UTS). Readers of the blogs are encouraged to comment on the posts, hopefully stimulating insightful discourse on the perspectives of the authors.
How the World's Religions are Responding to Climate Change is a new book that exams perspectives on climate change as they relate to different religions across the globe.
We have just released a raindrop plot, a deeper exploration of the research outcomes from our climate adaptation and mitigation research, MC3 case study data. This visualization highlights key concepts that were developed through discussions among the MC3 interdisciplinary team, using the case study protocol and research outcomes to guide our analysis.
An interesting opportunity has been posted on GoodWork.ca for someone with an aptitude and/or interest in both the theatrical arts and environmental issues. A script for an award-winning play (Best in Fest at the 2013 Ottawa Fringe Festival) that takes a comedic, satirical view on climate change has been made available under a creative commons license for anyone who wishes to download it and use it for a local production.