"In an age of destabilizing climate change, refugee crises, and global pandemics, with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) on the rise, Thoreau’s Walden is more relevant than ever," writes Brent Ranalli.
"Paul Mason's voice remains an important one for those bent on the challenging task of introducing the political classes to the real world," writes Graham Barnes.
"Bihouix has written lightly and warmly about a topic that could otherwise paralyse us in fear and despair," writes Mark Garavan.
'The potential of [new] technology for humankind can reasonably be set out,' writes Graham Barnes. 'But the objections of those with a counter narrative should also be addressed point by point, head on - in detail and in public.'
'A carbon dividend system is a win-win solution and can be a keystone of successful global fuel subsidy reform,' writes Feasta intern Mohammed Amassyali.
"While I'm impatient for change on a much deeper and broader level, it is heartening to see the beginning of limits to production on the near horizon," writes Feidhlim Harty, who is a member of the Waste Advisory Group to the Irish Department of the Environment.