Countless red flags have sprung up in recent months indicating a creeping authoritarianism coming into full form. Vigilante forms of far right “justice” have become commonplace, as in the high-profile case of 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse in Kenosha, Wisconsin, and the numerous cases of far right violence and intimidation directed at Black Lives Matter activists since nationwide protests erupted in the
Listen to the interview with Patrick Farnsworth on Last Born in the Wilderness here.
One of the most important interviews I have ever done. Listen to it here.
The Guardian discusses The End of Ice, along with other books dealing with what it means to be alive during this Age of Loss. Read the article here.
In my fourth interview with Truthout staff reporter, climate journalist, and author Dahr Jamail, we discuss some of the most dramatic and recent examples of abrupt climate disruption in recent months, how these accelerating changes are manifesting across human communities and political institutions across the planet, and how these changes are forever altering the natural
Watch the full interview here, along with the follow-up web exclusive interview, “Who is the DNC Loyal to?”, here.
Progressive Radio Network, interviewed by Derrick Jensen on his show, Resistance Radio. Listen to the interview here.
An epistolary exploration of art’s moral responsibilities “In the era of not yet, barely daring to guess of how soon,” wrote Welsh-British writer Horatio Clare about the melting sea ice, the planet’s air conditioner, in his book Icebreaker, published less then two years ago. Now the scientists dare to guess, and red lights on the control
Indie-journalist and author of “The End of Ice” Dahr Jamail covers the climate threats and how to cope – with host Alex Smith. From the Arctic to the Amazon to middle America we globe-trot through the latest science and what it means for our common future. Don’t miss this.
Dahr Jamail’s sermon at the Quimper Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Port Townsend, WA, on Sunday, May 26, 2019.