Edward O. Wilson Entomologist, Harvard professor emeritus
The long view of cities
Harvard's Edward O. Wilson discusses the evolutionary role of cities -- how humans have created them over time, and how we need to mold them today for livability and consistency with fundamental human needs.
Gearing education for the techno-scientific revolution
Edward O. Wilson, acclaimed Harvard sociobiologist, argues that education must catch up with today's techno-scientific revolution -- and offers some original proposals for doing so.
Cities and nature: Developing a paradise with the help of reason
Edward O. Wilson, professor emeritus of entomology at Harvard, discusses the importance of green cities -- and tells us why and how humans should share nature in a harmonious balance.