- 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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Global Power Shift is changing the world. In June 2013, 500 folks from around the world gathered in Istanbul to revitalize the movement for climate justice. They met, they networked, they strategized — and now they need you.
This past November, I saw Do The Math in Boston with Bill McKibben and Naomi Klein, and I was inspired to become an activist. I had known climate change was a big problem, but the immediacy of the problem became … Continue reading
A war on climate change is a war on materialism, plain and simple. The carbon pollution spewing out of our power plants and tail pipes is a natural byproduct of the monstrous engine of economic growth we have built, an … Continue reading
When I give these climate talks, by the end people are typically agitated and full of questions. “What technology is going to fix this?” “How are we ever get people to agree on a solution?” “I’m just one person, what … Continue reading
Ours is a world of increasing control…over our environment, our citizens, and the very building blocks of life. Culturally we learn to think of control as a good thing, yet I put to you it is exactly this pursuit of control … Continue reading
I probably should have written about this sooner, but Science-Pope.com is Open Source. I’ve been offering it up to friends and family for a few months, and you might have seen the spectacular Daniel McClure who wrote a piece called Beyond … Continue reading
In my continued attempts to emulate real journalism, last week I reached out to David Roberts for an interview. David is a staff writer for Grist, an online non-profit magazine that has been publishing environmental news and commentary since 1999. … Continue reading
The world is changing. We are a global community, a collective Hive Mind. We share ideas, beliefs and together become more than the individual. We live in a time where the voice of one can be heard by the … Continue reading