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The Uninhabitable Earth | Reflections & Notes

April 10, 2019


David Wallace-Wells. The Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming. Tim Duggan Books, 2019. (310 pages) REFLECTIONS This may be one of the most important books I’ve read recently. It is also one of the most surprising. In the first half, we face the stark and terrifying projections of our planetary irresponsibility, a disquieting read for sure. What looms […]

Author of Life | Notes & Review

October 3, 2014


I had the privilege of meeting Josh and Diane last year at the National Youth Worker’s Convention (2013). Their project The Author of Life has now completed 7 videos designed for educational and small group environments. Their contribution to the conversation is truly a gift, and because I have met them personally, I testify to […]

Climate of Doubt | Reflections

May 13, 2014


As a climate scientist, I think a lot about the future. It goes with the job. And I want to make sure that in 50 years or 100 years or 200 years, nobody can ever say we didn’t warn them. – Andrew Dessler   Almost two years after this program originally aired, we continue to […]

Chasing Ice | Notes & Review

March 2, 2014


Chasing Ice. (2012) PG-13. Follow National Geographic photographer James Balog across the Arctic as he deploys time-lapse cameras designed for one purpose: to capture a multi-year record of the world’s changing glaciers. Carbon and temperature vary together. Over the last 800,000 years or so, the amount of atmospheric carbon in the air was never more […]