Tipping points are critical in environmental systems, but also in our personal lives.
Artists are using global climate data to create science art.
The other day my librarian friend told me that 2020 is equidistant from both 1990 and 2050. I had to let that sink in for … Read more
Climate change is triggering significant glacier change, which has both geomorphic and hydrologic impacts.
Lately I’ve been wondering if gardening is a frivolous activity.
Last week I wrote about drought in the Cowichan Valley. This week that drought has hit home. We live in a rural area, which means … Read more
Water levels in Cowichan Lake and the Cowichan River are at record lows. What does this mean for our summer?
You’re probably used to books about walking that address creative and spiritual transformations in those who have the privilege to walk unaccosted and unfettered in … Read more
How can artists effectively engage with the public about climate change?
Rachel Carson is often seen as the driver of the modern environmental movement. But who stands in her shoes today?