Tag Archives: climate change

November 30th

The next big round of international talks on climate change start on Monday. November 30th is also the Remembrance Day for Lost Species. There’s a certain sort of poetry to these two things aligning. Advertisements

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Not a pretty picture

Image above, and text quoted below, from this article on Grist: “Fossil fuel companies have been lying about climate change for more than 30 years” As early as 1977, the report’s authors note, “representatives of fossil fuel companies including BP, … Continue reading

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But is that a good fit for the niche?

One of the things people expect to happen as the global climate continues to warm is that species will die out in some areas (or entirely), but migrate into new areas, as warming makes it possible (or necessary) for them … Continue reading

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Politicizing disaster

A lot of very good points made in Here’s why we need to politicize disasters, over on Grist (which begins with a brief summary of the immense flooding Texas, and nearby areas, has experienced recently): Unsurprisingly, not everyone has responded … Continue reading

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A short post on resilience

Resilience is a concept I was encouraged to look into about a year ago, with respect to land work. It is something I keep going back to whenever I start mentally going off the rails about how big and unsolvable … Continue reading

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