Helen Camakaris

Helen lives with her husband in Melbourne, Australia, and has two adult children. She completed her PhD in 1975, and worked as a Senior Research Scientist in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at the University of Melbourne. She retired in 2009 to pursue her interest in the nexus between evolutionary psychology, sustainability, climate change, and politics, and has been studying and publishing in this area for the past twelve years. Her articles have appeared in Meanjin QuarterlyThe ConversationCosmos MagazineNew Internationalist, Kosmos Magazine, This View of Life, The Evolution Institute, Mother Pelican, and Independent Australia. Most of them can be found at https://www.resilience.org/resilience-author/helen-camakaris/

By Helen Camakaris 

Evolutionary Mismatch, Partisan Politics, and Climate Change: A Tragedy in Three Acts

In  by October 21, 2022
Climate change is the quintessential Tragedy of the Commons problem of our time. We are collectively exploiting the world’s resources and producing pollution and greenhouse gases beyond critical limits, while ignoring the likely consequences. Climate disasters are already happening year on year, and we may already have crossed critical tipping points that will send the […]
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