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Thunberg

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On December 31, 2021
Great interview with Greta Thunberg where she gets at many of the reasons why I and others think she is such an important leader in the climate fight. It’s not just that she has become famous–though that is a sign of effectiveness. It’s that she is uncompromising in her truth telling. She tells a lot […]

Hot Air

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On November 17, 2021

Again, these climate conferences are meaningless because nations are just not going to stop processing fossil fuels until they are all gone. Or at least the US won’t. The Biden administration to

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What is the Anthropocene?

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On November 10, 2021
The increased consensus around the modern impacts humans have made upon the planet is to call it the “Anthropocene,” which correctly demonstrates that in a blink of an eye, humans have changed the planet as much as millions of years of slow geological and biological change. But does that term in fact obscure as much […]

Climate Grief

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On September 29, 2021

I’ve mentioned before around these parts how incredibly depressed students are about climate change and how frequently I have student tell me they don’t see why they would have children in

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Climate Careers

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On September 8, 2021
It’s hard for the olds to overestimate just how scared young people are about climate change. I’ve had many students say that can’t imagine having children in the future because why would they bring kids into an uninhabitable world. That doesn’t mean they are giving up. It means that they have no faith in the […]
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