- The Video Archive holds recorded interviews with my friends and family about the realities of climate change and what it means for our lives.
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Monthly Archives: October 2012
Now is the time for President Obama to stand up and take this election by the balls by talking about climate change. Hurricane Sandy has killed dozens and wrought billions in damage. People are justifiably scared and ready to listen. … Continue reading
I saw this image and had to share. Hurricane Sandy is making landfall right about now, so please stay safe out there.
My sister Jill resides in New York City, and as such she’s being evacuated right now due to hurricane Sandy. Her apartment is in Battery Park, right on the water, and with predicted storm surges of ~10 feet, the Hudson … Continue reading
For me, this was a big one. Jeff is my closest friend in the world…we’ve known eachother since high school, I’m godfather to his children, and he was the best man at my wedding (and I his). But more than … Continue reading
Sarah and I are supposed to be doing Meatless Mondays, but we forget so often we should call it Self-Loathing Tuesdays.
Look ma, I’m a protester! On September 28th, 350.org organized a rally in downtown Boston, and I decided to participate. In the weeks preceding, 50,000 people had signed a petition asking Mitt Romney how he planned to address climate change. … Continue reading
Near the end of the presidential debate last night, Bob Schieffer lobbed out the meatiest question of all: “Mr. President…what do you believe is the greatest future threat to the national security of this country?” Obama didn’t open his mouth … Continue reading
I was having dinner with my in-laws last night (happy birthday, Cindy!) and someone mentioned a story in the Boston Globe about Gloucester, MA. Apparently Gloucester is launching several wind turbine projects this year, including one that will generate … Continue reading
What will a climate change world look like? To answer that, look no further than climate-induced droughts and subsequent food shortages. As climate change takes root and droughts become more severe, food shortages will breed global instability as countries struggle … Continue reading