- 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: November 2012
With the incoming Congressional freshmen, there’s renewed talk of ending the filibuster. My girl Elizabeth Warren even wrote an article about it. Let’s face it: the filibuster is bad system design. Congress is a body built around the idea of … Continue reading
We’re wrecking the world to the point where we won’t be able to live on it anymore. Does no one see the numbers? Is everyone asleep? Who will stand up and be the adult in the room? In the video … Continue reading
The UN Climate Change Conference (nicknamed COP18) starts tomorrow in Qatar…good luck to all participating countries and happy negotiating. The infographic below is a great primer, laying out the current states of climate politics and worldwide carbon emissions.
Climate deniers have cause to rejoice today: they were right, environmental advocates are way off in their calculations. The situation is actually much worse than previously thought. There is precious little world governments can agree on right now with respect to … Continue reading
And so this little adventure has come to it’s first real challenge: the conversion of my father, the climate skeptic. Dad is semi-retired now, but worked for many years as a well-respected hospital administrator. His specialty was turning around failing … Continue reading
I spent Monday morning performing the most meaningful activity a person can engage in: arguing with strangers on the internet. The battlegrounds were the comment sections of news stories covering the Keystone XL Pipeline protests that happened in Washington D.C. … Continue reading
Sarah and I were in attendance for 350.org’s Do The Math show at the Orpheum Theater last night. Great event! I didn’t know quite what to expect going in…how do you turn scientific lectures about global ecological collapse in to … Continue reading
One of my Mom’s most endearing qualities is that she enjoys cutting out and collecting articles for me to read. Every time I visit her she’s got a stack ready to go with content ranging from global economics to the … Continue reading