Living Myth, Scott Pruitt & Collective Action


Amidst the continuing devolution of American political discourse into a hyperpartisan Tower of Babble, Michael Meade, in a podcast series called Living Myth, cuts through the rhetoric and superficial events to the heart of the matter. He reminds us that … Continue reading

Weathering Each Other


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With each passing month now, the signs become stronger and more immediate that climate change is accelerating. To many, the sensation of being personally effected is inching forward and becoming more immediate. But while the distance is narrowing between an … Continue reading

Tsoknyi Gechak School II


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It seems so long ago now, but before the earthquake(s), follow-up visits to the Tsoknyi Gechak School for further environmental education took place for the combined classes 5&6 (ages 14-16). These visits were to talk about climate change in Nepal … Continue reading

Tsoknyi Gechak School I


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Yesterday was my first visit to this primary and middle school for girls to present some material called “The Life Cycle of Plastic.” I had been in communication with the school since last October, planning and creating four different climate-related … Continue reading



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I had intended for this day to be a day of reflection. Although there are gems of culture, commerce and human ingenuity lurking everywhere around the next corner or down the next alley, I  had minimal desire to go out … Continue reading