Staying with the Trouble: Reproductive Choices in an Age of Environmental Uncertainty 


By Stefano Cisternino IN A WORLD WHERE environmental and societal challenges are increasingly interwoven, the decision to have children is no longer a simple personal choice but a complex ethical quandary. Societal norms around reproduction are diverse and often contradictory. While some cultural pressures push couples towards parenthood, perhaps before…

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On the Waterfront


By Eric Axner-Norrman Have a look at a map of the world, and soon you will discover that the large landmasses that constitute our continents are surrounded by even larger bodies of water. Dry land is an exception rather than rule on our planet. All along stretches of coasts, shorelines…

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