LESS IS MORE and complexity will serve the sustainability
My main concern, as a conservation biologist, is the disappearance of nature. I have been a conservation biologist for 40 years now, working mostly in the tropics but also in (...)
Nature is a common good and few people value it more than evolutionary biologists like myself. But nature is increasingly falling victim to the “tragedy of the commons”.
In the context of the management of the Soignes forest (Brussels), adoption of measures to adapt to climate change and measures to better preserve biodiversity.
In my personal life, I have been concerned for a long time by the issues associated to the industrial production of meat; I was thus vegetarian for 20 years; I am no more vegetarian (...)
My concern, which sometimes keeps me awake at night, is that we, humans, are threatening the very inhabitability of the only inhabitable planet in the solar system
Climate solutions should avoid problem shifting. Give education priority and highlight interconnections. Prices should reflect real costs. Lead by example.
The current biodiversity crisis is still underrepresented in the news. I recently started the "Hedgehogstreet" project in the city I live in.
irreversibility, timing, will, costs
As a young biologist interested in ecology and evolution, I am especially concerned about current rates of climate change and anthropogenic changes. The rise of temperature, increased (...)