West Antarctica’s Pine Island glacier has long been known as a weak link in the antarctic ice cap. It has … Continue reading Pine Island Glacier is disintegrating
Every year the CO2 in our altmosphere rises during the winter and falls during the summer. This is because green … Continue reading CO2 is at record high despite everything
For the past year I’ve been reading a series of articles in the New York Times about how climate migration … Continue reading Climate migration is now changing everything
Much of the northern latitudes of the earth are underlain by trillions and trillions of tons of permafost. Permafrost is … Continue reading What is permafrost and why does it matter
Thwaites Glacier, a huge glacier in the Antarctic, is often called the Doomsday Glacier. There is a very good video … Continue reading The Doomsday Glacier in Antarctica is dangerous
I just finished reading Kim Stanley Robinsons’s novel “The Ministry for the Future.” In my opinion, this is a great … Continue reading A Great Novel on Global Warming
This post is an update on the Doomsday Glacier. The Thwaites glacier in West Antartica is called the Doomsday Glacier … Continue reading Update on the Doomsday Glacier
Thwaites Glacier, a huge glacier in the Antarctic, is often called the Doomsday Glacier. This video on the doomsday glacier … Continue reading Video on the Doomsday Glacier
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
The melting of the arctic is happening much faster than it was supposed to. Why is this such a big … Continue reading The melting of the arctic could slow the Gulf Stream
One of my favorite environmental writers is Fred Pearce. I began reading him around 2008 when I found his book … Continue reading The Rivers are Running Dry
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
A May 5, 2020 article in the American Prospect by David Dayen May titled “We Are Moving Confidently and Proudly … Continue reading Moving Confidently & Proudly Into Mass Death ?