Just how much should governments be able to regulate unethical consumer products?
As humans contemplate a visit to Mars, how should they regard the importance of the Martian environment?
Should tourists still travel to a city in the midst of a water crisis?
How does fiction deal with climate change, and do we take it seriously enough?
Despite mixed public opinion, nuclear energy might be the best solution to lowering carbon emissions.
When treating injured people, how should care be prioritized? And does the behavior of sub-Saharan ants provide a clue?
Climate change fatalism is a powerful barrier to environmental action - and it isn't just limited to religion.
Is there any way to morally reconcile bullfighting as a sport?
Cape Town will likely the first major city to run out of water in modern times. Can anything be done to solve the problem?
Lab-grown meat stands to curb factory farming and reduce our impact on the environment. But is it a morally effective replacement of real meat?