Happy winter to those of you in the Northern hemisphere, and happy summer to those of you in the South.
I’m excited to share with you an interview with artist and John Jay College professor of art and environmental justice,
Ever since I was a young girl, I’ve loved the fall. The wool sweaters, the turning leaves, the pumpkins –
What a month it’s been. Among all the political changes are the environmental ones. America’s Northwest (and Canada’s Southwest) continue
Here in New York City, I’m squeezing all I can out of the last weeks of summer: sitting on my
This month I have a fascinating interview for you. Matthew Schneider-Mayerson is an author and Assistant Professor of Environmental Studies at
Happy summer to those of you in the Northern Hemisphere, and happy winter to those of you in the South.
This month I have the great pleasure of speaking with Colin Foord, a marine biologist and artist in Miami who,
Hello from Week Six in lockdown in New York City. The days are blurring together, but thanks to links sent
As someone who works in the climate storytelling space, I have marveled the last couple of weeks at how climate