Food on a troubled planet

The world's intensive food production, with its resource consumption, can quickly send us into serious crises. Something has to be done. 

Limitation on freedom

We know it so well, and we really don't want to. Therefore, we are at odds with our own feelings when we act as blind to the destruction of nature.

On common happiness hunting

Happiness was the theme when the 10 anniversary of the Arne Ness symposium was celebrated in Oslo. 

Study, understand and use nature

Broadly oriented science journalist Amina Khan shows how nature can teach us a thing or two about sustainable technology.

The wireless industry's sunsets?

A call from scientists and doctors around the world calls on the European Commission to halt the rollout of 5G in Europe until the health and environmental impact has been investigated by impartial researchers. The call indicates that the harmful effects of microwaves are known, and already so extensive that they threaten the health of humans, animals and plants.

Green djugurba

How about shifting focus from consumer to natural objects?

Organic dumping

German Ulrich Beck claimed 30 years ago that environmental destruction is democratic in that it affects us all equally. In a new book, this claim is heavily criticized.

Mankind 2050 

2050 is just 33 years ahead of us; The 33 year behind us is Orwell's 1984. Much has happened since then – and much will happen before 2050.

Goodbye to the consumer plastic

Plastic belongs to Fortida's material solutions. We need a change of course now.

Water for all

Water is politics. Ten countries control 60 percent of all available fresh water in the world.