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“Me, I Am Looking Around, And The More I Look The Less I Like What I See”

That’s a great quote from Allen Hibbard’s Conversations with William S. Burroughs, the much-beloved, much-maligned beatnik literary giant. Toward the end of his life, Burroughs became increasingly concerned with the environment. In The Cat Inside he wrote: The magical medium … Continue reading

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Cost Of Climate Change On Cuba’s Coast Crystallizes Need For Quick Action

Al Jazeera ran an excellent piece this afternoon on the impact of the climate crisis along Cuba’s northern coast. It’s a clear warning that we need to act to decarbonize — and soon. “What was once a thriving community has … Continue reading

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This Is How Greenhouse Gases Work

I’ve tried a million different ways to think of an easy, soundbite explanation of how greenhouse gases work. But it can’t exactly be boiled down into a 140-character tweet. That’s the problem with science, it’s often far more complex than … Continue reading

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Enroll Now: Making Sense of Climate Science Denial

Over the past few years, as climate science denial has continued to linger around the internet like a bad STD, I’ve often struggled with the idea of whether or not to engage those who deliberately deny science for political reasons … Continue reading

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Let’s Get Solar

Solar power is amazing. The more I think about it, the more amazing it becomes. We as humans have found a way to harness the power of the sun into a renewable, sustainable, clean form of energy that can run … Continue reading

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