Global warming is so deeply embedded into our modern world that sometimes it is hard to tell if we are … Continue reading Are we saving the world or destroying it?
Modernism, ecological destruction, and human survival have been on my mind for the last four years almost continuously. And I … Continue reading Modernism, ecological destruction, and human survival
There are five problems we must solve now. 1) The pandemic. 2) The threat to progressive politics. 3) The environmental … Continue reading Five problems we must solve now
On the Damming of Rivers is the second post in a new series about dams and rivers and the upcoming … Continue reading On the Damming of Rivers
I opened one of my favorite websites this morning, Yale Environment 360. In my opinion this site is one of … Continue reading Science is a double edged tool
Every day I read about the ebb and flow of the Corona virus and Covid 19, mostly in publications like … Continue reading The end of nature
In a recent article in E-360 Yale, Beth Gardiner says that “Oil and gas giants, mining interests, and coal-fired power … Continue reading In the pandemic, polluting industries are winning
The current Corona pandemic is not a one-off. It is not some isolated act-of-God or natural disaster that happens once … Continue reading The Corona Pandemic is part of something much larger
Wildlife is dying everywhere. We really do seem to be in the midst of a large wildlife extinction. Except that … Continue reading Are humans destroying themselves?
To see many more of our images do this: If you are on a desktop or laptop, just look to … Continue reading What this blog is about
Human beings evolved in a very narrow window of conditions that allowed them to prosper. We can only thrive in … Continue reading Eleven threats of climate change
I recently discovered Yale Environment 360, or e360 for short. I think this is by far the best source for … Continue reading The best source of environmental news
This is not a gloom and doom article about the end of the world. The obvious answer to the question … Continue reading Are we doomed?
The end of the Bison on the Great Plains happened around the 1880s. This was the point when herds of … Continue reading The End of the Bison on the Great Plains
I’m very much afraid that we are rapidly coming to the end of birds, butterflies and wildflowers. In the last … Continue reading The end of birds, butterflies and wildflowers