A new film series, essay, and book show “whales making lifelong friendships, teaching clan heritage and traditions to their young and grieving deeply for the loss of loved ones.”
In her deeply thoughtful book called ‘The New Breed’, robot ethics expert Kate Darling argues treating robots more like the way we treat animals, will serve us better.
It’s OK for scientists to use words such as emotion, compassion, and heart and successful conservation has to go beyond their being worried that emotions “get in the way”.
“Bhutan practices the philosophy of Gross National Happiness that embraces environmental conservation as one of the main building blocks for its sustainable development goals.”
When myths—stories about how dogs “should” behave—are presented as facts and used to inform people about what’s “good” or “bad” about their dog or themselves, it’s a loss for all.
A collection of essays by award-winning author David Brooks considers how private and public conversations about animals reflect older and deeper attitudes toward them and us.
“Melanie Challenger’s erudite book confronts the refusal to embrace our animal nature and wrestles with the delusion and fear that underlie that refusal.”
In an eclectic new book we learn that the heart is an organ of perception and justice for all is possible when material culture is replaced by a community-based planetary culture.
A new book explains everything you want to know about these tiny complex conquerors who build megacities, wage wars, use vaccinations, and outnumber us one million to one.
Award-winning nature writer Peter Wohlleben’s new book shows how deeply appreciating roots and trees—and gently touching and respecting them—is good for them and good for us.