Asking people on the front lines of climate change to be 'resilient' without changing the system inflicts unnecessary pain, over and over.
Tuesday Thread: Resources for the Gulf CoastOn Sunday, Hurricane Ida became the strongest hurricane ever to make landfall in Louisiana. Those who have been affected in the Gulf Coast are e…
Tuesday Thread: The regret of late summerEspecially here in Minnesota, summer goes by so fast. My kids go back to school two weeks from today, and it feels like I still have so many unf…
Tuesday Thread: It's all so muchHey everyone, I’m working on a post right now about trauma. My overwhelming feelings of the past several days are shock, worry, sadness, despera…
Tuesday Thread: Open chat about the IPCCSo, the report is out. How is everyone feeling about it? For me, my emotions have been going in a roller coaster. When I first read through the …
Here's what the new IPCC report says, and what it doesn't, about the most important moment of our lives.
I'm building Currently because weather is at the heart of this era of revolutionary change.
This heat wave was a perfect storm long in the making. The injustice of this moment demands a revolutionary response.
Tuesday Thread: How is the heat affecting you?The coastal Pacific Northwest is finishing up its worst heat wave in history. Right now in New York City’s Central Park, it feels like 102°F. In…
Tuesday Thread: What are some examples of stories that get the connection to climate right?Today on The Phoenix, I did a bit of a rant about how the media isn’t making the connection between climate change and the dire drought out West.
Heat makes drought worse. Drought makes heat worse. A feedback loop this extreme wouldn't be possible without global warming.
Tuesday Thread: School's out! What are your summer plans?I’m so pleased to share an essay today from UK educator Kit Rackley on ‘safeguarding’ — the idea that schools and teachers have a duty to protec…