We asked bioethicist Jessica Pierce, author of the chapter “Teaching Doctors to Care for Patient and Planet” in Worldwatch’s EarthEd: Rethinking Education on a Changing Planet, about what motivated her to write about transforming medical schools to face future global challenges.
In spite of the recent attacks in Paris, the United Nations climate talks have resumed this week, sadly shadowed by a tone of grief and tragedy. The Paris negotiations are, by any calculation, a decisive moment for the over two-decade-old international climate change process. Barring unforeseeable circumstances, they promise to be the biggest opportunity … Continue Reading ››
What questions are being overlooked or underappreciated when we talk about the world of tomorrow? This is the last of three exclusive sneak peeks into our newest State of the World publication, scheduled for official release April 13, 2015. Join us for the launch symposium in Washington, DC or livestream online.Continue Reading ››
This article was originally printed in Haiti Libre, a Haitian news outlet that aims to catalyze the debate of ideas, promote the expression of critical thinking, and initiate a participatory process. There is hardly a place on Earth where the advantages of domestic renewable power are as evident as in Haiti. Today, the country’s electricity system relies … Continue Reading ››