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Last week, the world passed a milestone: the amount of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere passed 400 parts per million. This is the most we’ve had in the atmosphere in all of human history, and it’s more than the planet … Continue reading
…and some sound personal advice. (courtesy of Reddit)
On Tuesday I went to hear a talk at MIT by a man named Gar Alperovitz. While Gar is technically a historian, he knows Washington backwards and forwards having been in the thick of national progressive politics for decades. These … Continue reading
About a week ago I wrote this post, which laid out a timeline for climate change and ultimately the collapse of human civilization. The piece really seemed to resonate with people…in addition to all of the publicly posted comments, I received … Continue reading
If you believe in climate change, then presumably you believe what scientists tell us about it. That means you believe the United Nations when they tell us the world will be 5°C hotter (~9°F) than pre-industrial levels by 2050. This temperature … Continue reading
On Saturday I joined activists from all over the country in protesting a Tar Sands pipeline in Portland, Maine. These folks were the real deal and truly committed, not least because yesterday was colder than a well digger’s ass. Even though … Continue reading
A decade ago, I lived in the most disgusting apartment anyone has ever seen. There was graffiti on the walls, rot in the furniture, flies buzzing over week-old dirty dishes, and toddler-height piles of cat feces stacked in the basement. But … Continue reading
Since I started giving talks, the subject of natural gas has come up a lot (see Greg and Jasmine, Kristen, Jeff and Toni, or Jon and Jenni). When it does, I often refer to it as a “bridge fuel” – a … Continue reading
Channeling a little Mike Rugnetta: What if the purpose of life is to pass on information? When life began on Earth, we had only the most basic method of sharing information: genes. Later we increased our capacity for information sharing through the spoken … Continue reading