"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.
Bill O'Dea, a specialist in mycology, talks with Seán Ò Conlaín and Caroline Whyte about the immense contribution that fungi make to the biosphere, the threats they are facing, and how their complex symbiotic relationship with other species could help to provide inspiration for the societal and economic changes that are needed to achieve a sustainable economy.
This video discussion about the COP-26 is hosted by Mike Sandler, and includes reflections by five people who attended the COP: Theresa O'Donohoe, John Sharry, Caroline Whyte and youth delegates Saoirse Exton and Marina Guião.
Mike Sandler provides some reflections at the end of COP-26.
Mike Sandler does a roundup of the news from the first week of COP-26, with input from youth delegate Saoirse Exton.