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Our Happy Planet
How to adapt our lives and our ways of thinking for sustainable well-being.
Fixing Global Health
By Tom Rath
The world needs you to invest in your health
Are Environmental Problems Real If Nobody Sees Them?
By Kenneth Worthy Ph.D.
Regaining control over our environmental impacts
Does Green Improve Your Self-control?
By Mark van Vugt Ph.D.
Why nature makes you consider the future
Greatest Year of All Time
By Moses Ma
2012 was the greatest year for the human race.
Autumn's Fullness and Beauty: Quotations and Photographs
By Toni Bernhard J.D.
The fullness of life in autumn: quotations and photographs with commentary.
Why Do Smart, Caring People Ignore Environmental Issues?
By Barbara Markway Ph.D.
Heal yourself and help heal the planet.
Deep Ecology and Evolution of Consciousness: Part 5 of 5
By Sandy Olliges M.A.
What's the way forward to a life-sustaining society? Can we get there from here?
Elation: The Amazing Effect of Witnessing Acts of Kindness
By Steve Taylor Ph.D.
Why do we have peak experiences when we see people being kind to each other?
Medicine Around the World
By Naveed Saleh M.D., M.S.
A tip on how to attain a global appreciation for the practice of medicine.
America Is Already Gone
By Stanton Peele
America is in irreversible decline - the country you knew is gone
The Best Kept Secret to Happiness: Compassion
By Emma M. Seppälä Ph.D.
How compassion is the best kept secret to being happy, healthy, wealthy and wise
The Place of Place in Our Lives
By Bella DePaulo Ph.D.
‘Place’ isn’t just background; sometimes it’s the main event
Motivating the Joy Response
By Seth Slater M.F.A.
Is the exuberance of joy a natural pressure relief valve for stress?
When You're Happy You Don't Have to Tell Anyone
By Chris Guillebeau
Real happiness is evident without words.
The Best Scientific Tool For Living Saner, Happier Lives
By Jeremy E Sherman Ph.D.
The Apples and Oranges Test: How to keep debates focused on the right questions
The Midas Effect
By Michele Wick Ph.D.
In this season of merry aquisition
Them’s Fightin’ Words!
Why I'm Optimistic about Young People Today
By Michael Ungar Ph.D.
6 stories that inspire me to believe children will make the world a better place
Shamu Gives Thanks to Macy’s Float?
By Rachel Clark
Will the Macy’s Parade help turn “Shamu” into a poster-child for global change?
From Sacks to Suicidality: Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy
By Jordan Gaines Lewis
A startling number of suicides from pro athletes as we begin to unravel CTE.
By Rachel Clark
Ask not what your planet can do for you…
Driving cars and living in high-rise apartments are relatively new experiences for the human species, but demonstrate that we are particularly good at adapting to a diverse range of physical landscapes.
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