A pleasant night ride through Amsterdam with a resident, discussing the excellent bike infrastructure available.
“It’s like a radical new economy, except of course it’s an old economy that has been around forever.”
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Lecture / Panel / Movie in support of Averting Climate Catastrophe
Return to Paradise:
Three Years After the Camp Fire
Discovering the lessons for living in the Wildland Urban Interface (WUI).
— Fire Adapted Network
A meaningful step forward for nation-to-nation relationships
Traveling photo exhibit will be on display at the Marine Science Center in Port Townsend through February 2022.
Seattle is one of several major cities implementing a “transit to trails” program to help more people access local wilderness.
— Yes! Magazine
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We Need Strong, Equitable Climate Legislation Now!
— NRDC Action Fund
The changes happening at the top of the planet could unfold elsewhere in the years to come, scientists report.
— The New York Times
The West Virginia senator wants a new bill that goes through Senate committees and focuses on rolling back the 2017 Trump tax cuts.
European leaders may have failed to take meaningful action on the climate crisis, but people power was stronger than ever.
Kim Stanley Robinson:
The Best-Case Scenario You Can Still Believe In
Amazonian women have been guides to the very essence of life on Earth.
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The need to appease the West Virginia senator is gone now, and not just on the climate.
— Bill McKibben
“Don’t Look Up” Is as Funny and Terrifying About Global Warming as “Dr. Strangelove” Was About Nuclear War
Adam McKay’s new movie may be the first film in 57 years to equal the comedy and horror of Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece.
— the Intercept
Interview with Flourishing Fiction founders
Blake Atkerson, Anya Lamb and Ben Soltoff.
Director Adam McKay sounds the alarm on the climate emergency
“There is a Climate Emergency, but we’re all acting like everything’s normal. The news runs, TV shows go on, sports happen, but the house is on fire — and it’s time to take bold action right now.”
Don’t Look Up is available today on Netflix.