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A Sourcebook for the Worldwide Discovery of a Creative Organic Universe
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B. PediaPedia Earthica 2023: Our Bifocal MindKind Begins to Learn, Know, Read and Write on Her/His Own

Natural Genesis (2003): An Annotated Anthology Sourcebook for the Worldwide Discovery of a Creative Organic Universe: 2003

Planatural Genesis (2023): An Annotated Anthology SourceSite for Our Earthumanity Discovery of a ProCreative Ecosmos Hereditary UniVerse

These website titles across two decades can well bookend the 21st century advent and enveloping formation of a global electronic, computer-based sensorium and its intense advance in collaborative intelligence and accumulated knowledge. In the 2000s, a college library catalog would be viewed, but one had to fetch a paper book. In 2005 I went to Yale to find Self-Organization and Evolution of Social and Biological Systems (Hemelrijk) about early inklings that a similar complex phenomena could be noted from colonial microbes to hominid settlements. Moreover, at this time research studies went on by separate individuals and small groups and would take a year to get published.

Only by 2012 did scientific periodicals and ebooks begin to come online, often with access issues. Fast forward to 2023, almost every journal, volume, conference abstracts and more are fully available. I read an article last year about the first use of a “multiverse” word attributed to William James in 1895 in the International Journal of Logic (1/6). A Google minute later I was able to retrieve and print a full PDF version. How many moons does Neptune have: 14, as if one is peering into an Aleph-like resource of all factual information in one place. Today vast projects in astronomy, genetics, and climate study go forth by large international teams via instant communicative postings.

With respect then to this 9,200 annotated entry, 4,400 page, 86 section website content, as The Spiral of Science and elsewhere documents, an historic transitional ascent to a viable Earthumanity entity appears to be much underway. For example, on the popular arXiv.org eprint site these March 9 articles Deep Symbolic Regression for Physics Guided by Units Constraints: Toward the Automated Discovery of Physical Laws (2303.03192) identify this ongoing worldly shift and Network Theory Meets History: Local Balance in Global International Relations. (2303.03774) cite the common presence a deep topology which underlies foreign affairs.

These preprint locales as the physics one above with 2.2 million items, along with biorxiv, medRxiv, psyarXiv and others can be appreciated as complex adaptive systems whereby individual agents (researchers in every field) watch what everybody is doing on a daily basis. As they respond and finesse their work projects, the whole endeavor organizes itself on its own, mostly unawares to the many members involved. Another case from circa 2015 to today would be how the discovery of a natural self-organized criticality clarified its theories, found an overall distinct presence to an extent, as the Ecode module above describes, that a universal discovery not due to any one person can be achieved.

PediaPedia In accord, our essay seeks to introduce a further Planatural Genesis edition, 20 years on, with this title as a reference volume going forward which can be rightly attributed to the developmental ascendance of a prodigious progeny, aka a global genius. As the whole website content explains and documents, an occasion is merited as a living, mindful, personal individuation comes to roundly achieve a yesphere Earthuman acumen. One can now view contributions from the Arctic University of Norway, University of Brunei, onto New South Wales, Flatiron Institute, National University of Singapore, Dharamshala, India, all over the world. A radical difference this time is that entries for this PediaPedia encyclo- resource would be separate article citations as they self-organize and posted online. Here are March 10 entries which can show how a worldwise education is actually going on by itself.

Vicente, Filipe and Alba Diz-Munoz. Order from Chaos: How Mechanics Shape Epithelia and Promote Self-Organization. Current Opinion in Systems Biology. March 2023.
Salazar-Ciudad, Isaac, and Hugo Cano-Fernandez. Evo-Devo beyond Development: Generalizing Evo-Devo to All Levels of te Phenotypic Evolution. BioEssays. March 2023.
Rebeiz,Mark and Thomas Williams. Animal Gene Regulatory Network Evolution. Journal of Experimental Zoology B. March 2023.

EARTHICA But a worrisome situation today is evealed by an obvious identity and attribution for its global host source, akin to and up from a “Britannica.” If one tries to Google the word “Earthica,” the only return is an Indian woman’s fine boutique of designer handloom apparel at earthica.in. After many centuries, a cognizant sensibility still eludes that we peoples (men) live on a finite, (cellular) imperiled) planet. Into this March (madness), the USA squares off withChina, North Korea vs. South Korea + Japan, and so on, awash in weapons, trains on the same track, bent on a hypersonic Armageddon. In popular culture, people are OK with multiple universes and alternative realities, but old men might yet blow it all by a nuclear war over an island. By a proposal of this novel, higher phase of understanding and knowledge attributed to an emergent Earthumanity as a PediaPedia edition, a long foreseen and intended salutary dispensation to guide us all through and forward might actually appear.

Again these writings, so to remind, are drafty proposals so to gather, arrange and report active contributions in a hope to resolve, unite, sustain and survive (kinder or cinder). By an historic adjustment, a vital advance would be to move and reorient our EarthMost sapient presence and promise to a higher Ecosmic relevance. A participatory, opportune, cocreative significance for a fittest, smartest Super Earth to the fate and future of an actual genesis multiUniVerse can then open, accrue and invite.

Moving along, here is a tacit array of basic KinderMind premises and implications. All these entries are drawn from and supported by the whole website content.

A Major Emergent EvolutionaryTransition in Individuality A personsphere bigender progeny is evidently much underway.

A Collective Sapiensphere Global Brain envelopes as an intelligent, cerebral, cognizance by its own bicameral faculty.

A PediaMedia Knowledge Repository provides a vast eLibrary of eCosmos factual edification which can be fed back to salve and save.

A Phenomenal Presence Our EarthSmart, wumanwise whole brain is able to realize an independent animate existence with its own identity.

A 21st Century Ecosmos Revolution A real EarthWise discovery of a procreative. solar/planetary, self-select. natural genesis.

A Complementary Ecode As the prior section describes and documents, by 2023 a ecosmome to geonome source-script is well evident.

A Revolutionary 2020 – 2023 - 2030 Integral Outline Discovery Survey with Latest References

This edition will now be posted in its full website format so that a frontier 2023 record of knowledge advances since 2020 by our PediaPedia EarthVersion can be altogether entered. In addition, rather than citing salient contributions in each section, they will equally be recorded in this one place.


A. Ecode 2023: EarthKinder Discovers a Universal, Independent Ecosmome to Geomome Exemplary Endowment.

Beggs, John. The Cortex and the Critical Point: Understanding the Power of Emergence. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022.
Li, Xiu-Juan, et al. Evidence for Self-Organized Criticality Phenomena in Prompt Phase of Short Gamma-Ray Bursts. arXiv:2303.06667.

Proverbio, Daniele, et al. Buffering in Cell Regulation Motifs Close to Criticality. arXiv:2212.08600.
Rao, Ankit, et al. Self-Assembled Meuromorphic Networks at Self-Organized Criticality in Ag-hBN Platform. arXiv:2301.01619

B. PediaPedia Earthica: A 2023 Proposal as Our KinderMind Learns to Read and Write on Her/His Own


A. Historic Prescience: Individual Homo Sapiens

B. Anthropocene Sapiensphere: A Major Emergent Transitional Phase

C. An Earthumanity Era: A 2020s Cerebral Knowsphere Proceeds to Discover on Her/His Own

Franco, Fabbro. Biological and Neuroscientific Foundations of Philosophy. London: Routledge, 2023.
Grossberg, Stephen. Conscious Mind, Resonant Brain: How Each Brain Makes a Mind.New York: Oxford University Press,, 2022.
Kuppers, Bernd-Olaf. The Language of Living Matter: How Molecules Acquire Meaning. International: Springer Frontiers, 2022.

Lewton, Thomas. She Turns Fluids into “Black Holes” and “Inflating Universes.” Quanta. December 12, 2022
Ravishankara, A. R., et al. Ravishankara, A. R., et al. Complex and Yet Predictable: The Message of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 119/2, 2022.
Wood, Charles. Starfish Whisperer Develops a Physical Language of Life. Quanta. January 11, 2023.


A. Aboriginal Quest(ion)

1. Indigenous Intimation: Mythic Animism

2. Perennial Wisdome: An AnthropoCosmic Code

3. The Book of Naturome: A New Translation

4. Whole World Perceptive Observances: An Ubuntu Universe

B. The Spiral of Science: Manican to American to Earthicana Stages

Kitano, Hiroaki. Nobel Turing Challenge: Creating the Engine for Scientific Discovery. NPJ Systems Biology. 7/29, 2021.
Krenn, Mario, et al. On Scientific Understanding with Artificial Intelligence. arXiv:2204.01467.
Wood, Charlie. How to Make the Universe Think for Us. Quanta. June 1, 2022.

1. Earthificial Intelligence: A Deep Neural Network Local/Global Computational Phase

Chen, Luyao, et al. AI of Brain and Cognitive Sciences: From the Perspective of First Principles. arXiv:2301.08382.
Chomsky, Noam, Ian Roberts and Jeffrey Watumuli. Noam Chomsky: The False Promise of ChatGPT. New York Times. March 9, 2023.
Mitchell, Melanie. What Does It Mean to Align AI with Human Values? Quanta. December 13, 2022.

C. Earth Learns: Interactive Person/Planet, Self-Organizing, WorldWise, Collaborations

Graham, Daniel. An Internet in Your Head: A New Paradigm for How the Brain Works. New York: Columbia University Press, 2021.
Frank, Adam, et al. Intelligence as a Planetary Scale Process. International Journal of Astrobiology. February, 2022.
Robin, Amanda, et al. Major Evolutionary Transitions and the Roles of Facilitation and Information in Ecosystem Transformations. Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution. December 2021.

1. Collective Global Brain Intelligence

Baltzerson, Rolf. Cultural-Historical Perspectives on Collective Intelligence. Oxford University Press, 2022.
Duarte, Denise, et al. Representing Collective Thinking through Cognitive Networks. Journal of Complex Networks. 10/6, 2022.


A. UniVerse Alive: An Organic, Self-Made, Encoded, Personal Procreativity

Ianeselli, Alan, et al. Physical Non-Equilibria for Prebiotic Nucleic Acid Chemistry. Nature Review Physics. January 2023.
Wuppuluri, Shyam and Ian Stewart, eds. Electrons to Elephants to Elections. International: Springer Frontiers, 2022.

1. Quantum Organics in the 21st Century

2. A Consilience as Physics and Biology Grow Together: Active Matter

Ellis, George. Quantum Physics and Biology: The Local Wavefunction Approach. arXiv:2301.06516.
Lewton, Thomas. She Turns Fluids into “Black Holes” and “Inflating Universes.” Quanta. December 12, 2022.
Wood, Charles. Starfish Whisperer Develops a Physical Language of Life. Quanta. January 11, 2023.

3. Earth Alive: A Cellular GaiaSphere Sustains Her (His) Own Viability

Arthur, Rudy and Arwen Nicholson. A Gaian Habitable Zone. arXiv:2301.02150.
Yang, Yi and Xiaodong Song. Multidecadal Variation of the Earth’s Inner-Core Rotation. Nature Geoscience. January 2023.

4. Universal Evolution: A Celestial Expanse

B. Our Whole Scale EcosmoVerse Description Project

Berezhiani, Lasha, et al. The Complex Galactic Dynamics of Dark Matter Superfluidity. arXiv:2212.10577.
Park, Myeonghun and Pankaj Saha. Primordial Cosmic Complexity. arXiv:2212.13723.

1. Quantum Cosmology Theoretic Unity

Bousso, Raphael and Geoff Pennington. Holograms in Our World. arXiv:2302.07892.

2. Systems Physics: Self-Organization

Kresic, Ivor, et al. Generating Multiparticle Entangled States by Self-Organization of Ultracold Atoms. arXiv:2208.10111.

3. Supramolecular Systems Chemistry

Cejkova, Jitka and Julyan Cartwright. Chembrionics and Systems Chemistry. ChemSystemsChem. 4/3, 2022.

4. Geosphere, Hydrosphere, Atmosphere as Complex, Network Systems

Cheraghalizadeh, J., et al. Simulating Cumulus Clouds Based on Self-Organized Criticality. arXiv:2211.06111.

5. ExoUniverse Studies: Detectable Presence, Conceptual Features

Sandora, McCullen, et al. Multiverse Predictions for Habitability: Element Abundances. arXiv:2302.10919.
Sandora, McCullen, et al. Multiverse Predictions for Habitability: Planetary Characteristics. arXiv:2302.12376.
Wood, Charlie. Why This Universe?. Quanta. November 17,, 2022.

C. The Information Computation Turn

Ghavasieh, Arsham and Manilo De Domenico. Statistical Physics of Network Structure and Information Dynamics. Journal of Physics: Complexity. February, 2022.
Kulkarni, Suman, et al. Information Content of Note Transitions in the Music of J. S. Bach. arXiv:2301.00783.

1. A CoCreative Participatory UniVerse

Lewton, Thomas. Black Holes will Eventually Destroy All Quantum States, Researchers Argue. Quanta March 7, 2023.

E. Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics of Living Systems

Ball, Philip. Physicists Rewrite the Fundamental Law that Leads to Disorder. Quanta. May 26, 2022.
Ahmed, Moaathe, et al. Holographic Dual of Extended Black Hole Thermodynamics. arXiv:2302,08163.

1. Life's New Open Quantum Informatiive Resource Thermoversion

Rubino, Giulia, et al. Quantum Superposition of Thermodynamic Evolution with Opposing Time’s Arrow. Communications Physics. November 2022.

2. Cosmopoiesis: An Autocatalytic, Bootstrap Self-Made UniVerse

Peng, Zhen, et al. The Hierarchical Organization of Autocatalytic Reaction Networks and its Relevance to the Origin of Life. PLOS Computational Biology. September, 2022.

F. Systems Cosmology: Fractal SpaceTimeMatter

G. Anthropic, Biotropic, Earthropic Principles

H. An Astrochemistry to Astrobiological Spontaneity

Canup, Robin and Philip Christensen, Co-Chairs. Origins, Worlds and Life: A Decadal Strategy for Planetary Science and Astrobiology. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences, 2022.

I. Prolific ExoWorlds, Galactic Dynamics, Solar Orrerys Habitable Zones, Biosignatures

Inutsuka, Shu-ichiro, editor in chief. Protostars & Planets VII. Tempe: University of Arizona Press, 2023.
Mishra, Lokesh, et al.A Framework for the Architecture of Exoplanetary Systems. arXiv:2301.02374.
Madhusudan, Nikku, ed. ExoFrontiers: Big Questions in Exoplanetary Science. Online:IOP Science Books, 2022.

J. Our EarthMost Occasion: A Rarest Confluence of Favorable Features and Close Calls


Bianconi, Ginestra, et al. Complex Systems in the Spotlight: Next Steps after the 2021 Nobel Prize in Physics. Journal of Physics: Complexity. 4/010201, 2023.
Tadic, Bosiljka and Roderick Melnik. Self-Organized Critical Dynamics as a Key to Fundamental Features of Complexity in Physical, Biological and Social Networks. Dynamics. 2/2, 2022.
Sawicki, Jakub, et al. Perspectives on Adaptive Dynamical Systems. arXiv:2303.01459.

A. 21st Century Innate, Mathematic, Familial, Anatomic, Textual Features

1. Network Physics: A Vital Interlinked Anatomy and Physiology

Khanra, P., et al. Endowing Networks with Desired Symmetries and Modular Behavior. arXiv:2302.1548.

2. Biteracy: Natural Algorithmic Computations

Cepelewicz, Jordana. New Proof Distinguishes Mysterious and Powerful “Modular Forms.” Quanta.. March 9, 2023.
Wolfram, Stephen. The Physicalization of Metamathematics and Its Implications for the Foundations of Mathematics. arXiv:2204.05123.

3. Iteracy: A Rosetta Ecosmos Textuality

Nefdt, Ryan. Biolinguistics and Biological Systems: A Complex Systems Analysis of Language. Biology & Philosophy. March 2023.

4. Universality Affirmations: A Critical Complementarity

Kauffman, Stuart, et al, eds.. The Principle of Dynamical Criticality. Entropy. December, 2022.

5. Common Code: A Further Report of Reliable, Invariant Principles

B. Our Own HumanVerse Genome Studies

1. Paleogenomics, Archaeogenomics: Natural Ancestry

2. The Innate Affinity of Genomes, Protenomes and Language

3. Whole Genome Regulatory Systems: DNA + AND


A. A Major Emergent Evolutionary Transitions Scale

Andersson, Claes and Tamas Czaran. The Transition from Animal to Human Culture Culture – Simulating the Social Protocell Hypothesis. Royal Society Philosophical Transactions B. February, 2023.
Carmel, Yohay, et al. Human Socio-Cultural Evolution in Light of Evolutionary Transitions: Introduction to the Theme Issue. Royal Society Philosophical Transactions B. February 2023.

Sumner, Seirian, et al. Molecular Patterns and Processes in Evolving Sociality: Lessons from Insects. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. February 2023.
Townsend, Cathryn, et al. Human Cooperation and Evolutionary Transitions. Royal Society Philosophical Transactions B. February, 2023.

B. Systems Biology Integrates: Genomes, Networks, Symbiosis, Deep Homology

C. Evoinformatics: A Biosemiotic Code Quality

Svorcova, Jana and Anton Markos. Closures as a Precondition of Life, Agency and Semiosis. Biosemiotics. February, 2023.

D. A 2020s Teleology Turn: Life’s Evomic Development of Personal Purpose

E. A Nested Anatomy/Physiology Sequence of Members in Whole Groups

1. The Origins of Life

Ianeselli, Alan, et al. Physical Non-Equilibria for Prebiotic Nucleic Acid Chemistry. Nature Review Physics January 2023.
Rennie, John and Allison Parshall. Inside Ancient Asteroids, Gamma Rays Made Building Blocks of Life. Quanta. January 4, 2023.

2. Microbial Colonies

Shpurov, Ivan and Tom Froese. Evidence of Critical Dynamics in Movements of Bees inside a Hive. Entropy. 24/12, 2022.

3. Cellular Symbiogenesis Holobiont

Mukherjee, Siddhartha. The Song of the Cell: An Exploration of Medicine and the New Human. New York: Scribner, 2022.

4. Multicellular Fauna and Flora Organisms

5. Cooperative Societies

Ioannou, Christos and Kate Laskowski. A Multi-scale Review of the Dynamics of Collective Behavior from Ontogeny to Evolution. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. February 2023.
Ouellette, Nicholas. A Physics Perspective on Collective Animal Behavior. Physical Biology. 19/2, 2022.
Romanczuk, Pawel and Bryan Daniels. Phase Transitions and Criticality in the Collective Behavior of Animals. arXiv:2211.03879.

6. Dynamic Fractal Network Ecosystems

Siteur, Kown, et al. Phase-separation Physics Underlies New Theory for the Resilience of Patchy Ecosystems. PNAS, 120/2, 2023.

7. Multiple Ancestries of Homo Sapiens

G. Universal Gestation: Phylogeny and Ontogeny


Tomasello, Michael. The Evolution of Agency: Behavioral Organization from Lizards to Humans. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022.

A. Natural Econsciousness and Ecognition

Chalmers, David. Reality+: Virtual Worlds and the Problems of Philosophy. New York: Norton, 2022.
Models of Consciousness 2022. mcs-community.org/events/moc-3-2022.

B. In the 2020s, a Cogntive Course from First Stirrings to Our Earthuman Acumen is Being Defined

Jablonka, Eva and Simona Ginsburg. Learning and the Evolution of Conscious Agents. Biosemiotics. September, 2022.

1. Intelligence Evolution and Vital Knowledge Gain as a Central Advance

2. >u>The Evolution of Cerebral Form and Cognizance

3. Laterality: A Bicameral Brain Emerges with the Nested Scales

4. Animal Intelligence and Sociality

Kelly, Debbie and Stephen Lea. Animal Cognition: Past Present and Future: a 25th Anniversary Special issue. Animal Cognition. December 2022.

5. Organisms Evolve Rhythmic Protolanguage Communication

D. A Creative Union of Free Personal Agency in Reciprocal, Supportive Societies

Tomasello, Michael. The Evolution of Agency: Behavioral Organization from Lizards to Humans. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022.


A. Human/Wuman Beings: Integral Microcosmic Persons

1. Systems Physiology and Psychology: Somatic and Behavioral Development

Xiong, Lingyun and Alan Garfinkel. Are Physiological Oscillations “Psysiological?” arXiv:2301.08996.

2. Systems Neuroscience: Multiplex Networks and Critical Function

Tian, Yang, et al. Theoretical Foundations of Studying Criticality in the Brain. Network Neuroscience. 6/4, 2022.

3. A Complementary Brain and Thought Process

4. Conscious Integrated Information Knowledge

Albantakis, Larissa, et al. Integrated Information Theory (IIT) 4.0: Formulating the Properties of Phenomenal Existence in Physical Terms. arXiv:2212.14787.

5. Half the UniVerse: A Woman's 2020 Wisdome

Hipolito, Ines, et al. Enactive Artificial Intelligence: Subverting Gender Norms in Robot-Human Interaction. arXiv.2301.08741.

6. Our Holosymbiotic Personal Selves: Ancestry/Precestry

B. EarthKinder: A Personsphere Progeny

1. A Cultural (Geonome) Code : Systems Linguistics

Scott-Phillips, Thomas and Christophe Heintz. Animal Communication in Linguistic and Cognitive Perspective. Annual Review of Linguistics. Volume 9, 2022.

2. Complex Local to Global Network Biosocieties

Sarkanych, Petro, et al. Network Analysis of the Kyiv Bylyny Cycle – East Slavic Epic Narratives. arXiv:2203.10399.
West, Bruce, et al. Relating Size and Functionality in Human Social Networks through Complexity. PNAS. 117/31, 2022.

3. Planetary Physiosphere: Anatomics, Economics, Urbanomics

Corbetta, Alessandro and Federico Toschi. Physics of Human Crowds. Annual Review of Condensed Physics. 14/311, 2023.
Turker, Meliksah and Haluk Bingol. Multi-Layer Network Approach in Modeling Epidemics in an Urban Town. European Physical Journal B. February, 2023.

4. A Complementarity of Civilizations

5. Bicameral World Religions

6. Contrasts of Religion and Science

7. Systems History: Personal and Planetary Individuation

Christian, David. Future Stories. New York: Little, Brown, 2022.
Turchin, Peter. End Times: Elites, Counter-Elites and the Path of Political Disintegration. New York: Penguin Press, (June) 2023.
Zanin, Massimiliano and Johann Martinez. Analysing International Events through the Lens of Statistical Physics: The Case of Ukraine. arXiv:2203.07403.


A. The Old World: Its Violent Critical Life Support Condition

Kolbert, Elizabeth. Under a White Sky: The Nature of the Future. New York: Crown, 2022.
Perlroth, Nicole. This is How They Tell Me The World Ends.New York: Bloomsbury, 2023.

1. This Human Impact Anthropocene Stage

2. Global Climate Change as a Complex Dynamical System

Yao, Qing, et al. Emergence of Universal Scaling in Weather Extreme Events. arXiv:2209.02292.

B. Earthborne: A New Person/Planet, Local/Global Evolitionary Future

1. Mind Over Matter and Energy: Quantum, Atomic, Chemical Connectomics

Pereverzev, Sergey. Dark Matter Searches and Energy Accumulation and Release in Materials. arXiv:2212.13964.

2. Second Genesis: Emergent LifeKinder Proceeds to an Aware BioGenetic Phase

Alfonzo, E., et al. New additions to the arsenal of biocatalysts for noncanonical amino acid synthesis Current Opinion Green Sustainable Chemistry. December 2022.
Maniscalco, Sabrina, et al. Quantum Network Medicine. arXiv:2206.12405.
Romesberg, Floyd. Discovery, implications and initial use of semi-synthetic organisms with an expanded genetic alphabet/code. Philosophical Transactions B. January 2023.

3. Sustainable Ecovillages: Social Protocell Communities

Foster, Sheila and Christian Iaione. Co-Cities: Innovative Transitions Toward Just and Self-Sustaining Communities. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2022.
Kothari, Ashish. A Tapestry of Alternatives. Scientific American. July, 2022.

4. A Complementary Genocracy: me + We = US

Jagiello, Robert, et al. Tradition and Invention: The Bifocal Stance Theory of Cultural Evolution. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. April, 2022.

5. A Viable Gaia: Planetary Patriots and Matriots in an Earthropocene Era

Sole, Ricard and Simon Levin. Ecological Complexity and the Biosphere: The Next 30 Years. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B. July, 2022.
Zelenski, John, et al. Nature Connection: Providing a Pathway from Personal to Planetary Health. Challenges. 14/1, 2023.