Stemming Extinction requires knowledge in action!
Authored by some of the world’s leading scientists and thinkers on the subject, our publications are designed to inform and challenge. Read on below.
Read Dr John Anderson's Book Review of "The Annihilation of Nature"
“All of [Dr john] Anderson’s projects –from palaeobotany to Earth Alive to cultural history–are intimately linked. They are interdisciplinary and multinational. Indeed, they showcase the fundamental connection between all things. Consilience operated in the past and a deep sense of consilience—of reconciliation—is being stressed by Anderson and colleagues as our only option as a species into the future.”
Celebrating heritage, Calling for caretakers
Africa Alive Corridors
Homo sapiens corridor
Earth to Mars Corridor?
Corridors of Life from Earth to Mars – is it possible?
African Renaissance (UNISA)
A call for African people and nations
To overcome the current challenges confronting the continent and achieve cultural, scientific, and economic renewal.
Africa Alive Corridors – The need for a tangible experience
Towards Gondwana Alive
The need to focus on Gondwana Alive
To ensure our survival and heal the only planet humanity can call home, we need to spread awareness of the need to take care of plants and animals and stem the “Sixth Extinction”.
Supernova: Biodiversity & Extinction Series
‘Molteno Palaeoflora’ (fossil plants)
Paleoflora – why the need?
Gaining wisdom from insight into the past and what happened to bring us to this point in time.
‘101 Strategies’ for Stemming the Sixth Extinction
To heal our planet humanity need to act and act now!!
The Darwin Centenary was in 2009 and with it came a need to acknowledge and celebrate his contribution, not only to science, but to humanity.
World of Glimpsibles
Ellen Palestrant’s book creatively communicates the plight of all life on our planet as revealed through science, and how this can be changed.
Building a microcosm of our world right here at home, through 43 garden sculptures (set in a cosmopolitan garden, with the plants representing the major branches of the flowering-plant tree) and 43 indoor sculptures; from ‘EarthTime’ to ‘Gondwana Alive/Earth Alive/Africa Alive’ to ‘Philosophers Ridge’.