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
Western industrial culture abandons elders. Now more than ever we must, instead, recognise their wisdom. Read the full story by Barbara Cecil on Truthout.
One researcher offered a bleak prognosis: “We’re not going to stop this train wreck.” Read the full story on Truthout.
Methane and CO2 released from the thawing permafrost will further accelerate the rate of global warming. Read the full story on Truthout.
The amount of CO2 in Earth’s atmosphere already constitutes a climate emergency, and it’s worsening every year. Read the full story on Truthout.
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.
The work of these times is not about saving the world, but rather about belonging to it more fully. Read the full story on Truthout.
Deep, meandering, thoughtful interview with Douglas Storm.
Ralph Nader reviews The End of Ice.