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Sciencing Our Way Out of Catastrophe

May 9, 2022

420 million hectares of trees have been lost to agriculture since 1990. Arctic ice is down 13% in the last […]

Complexity and Resilience: A Biodiversity Manifesto

April 25, 2022

Biodiversity: An essential pillar of planetary function, human well-being, and the resilience of Life Although Carl von Linneus established his […]

A Colossal Mission: A Case for De-Extinction

March 25, 2022

New technological advancements make de-extinction possible – but should we do it? What if the rewilding of critical extinct species, […]

Dictionary of De-Extinction

March 8, 2022

First introduced as a means to “undo” historic extinctions by reintroducing new versions of extinct species to their original habitats, […]

How De-Extinction Works: Methods, Examples and Step-by-Step Process

January 25, 2022

Some of the most brilliant scientists and forward-thinking people on the planet see a new way forward: bringing back extinct […]

CRISPR and The Woolly Mammoth – A 21st Century Genetic Renaissance

September 9, 2021

Over 99% of the 4 billion species that have ever lived are now extinct in part from human activity (1), […]