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New website, new look, new ideas
I didn’t get today’s blog post written yesterday, in large part because I’m rethinking what I want to write about here and what I want … Read more
How can artists effectively engage with the public about climate change?
Last week we said goodbye to poet and writer Mary Oliver.
What it was like to blog every day for a week, and what it means for my future blogging.
Yesterday my interview with Barbara Kingsolver was published at Longreads. I’ve been calling it a Q&A, because that’s how it was structured, but my writing … Read more
We are living in the Anthropocene epoch. A report published last week by the US government would seem to confirm that. They found that climate … Read more
“The stable climate in which human civilization has flourished for thousands of years, with a largely predictable ocean permitting the growth of great coastal cities, … Read more