A trained anthropologist, Olaf Bruns has been a journalist in print, online, radio, and television for over 20 years. After 5 years as deputy chief of Euronews’ Brussels office, he is now – amongst others – deputy editor-in-chief of the Progressive Post.
A new type of denialism is taking hold in the fossil fuel industry, a bid to ward off systemic change and protect their business model.Read more
After her Pulitzer-winning The Sixth Extinction, Elizabeth Kolbert's new book, Under a White Sky, describes the world of “techno-fixes” to the damage we have inflicted on nature. Today, the world faces the dilemma that even the most well-intentioned interventions risk making matters worse, though we may no longer have the luxury of refusing them. In a century that will be shaped by the climate crisis, learning to navigate humanity’s “mixture of hubris and cluelessness” when dealing with nature will be essential.Read more
What does environmental economist Tim Jackson's latest book, Post Growth, have to say about breaking the growth chokehold?Read more