Wind Turbines in Tunisia Photo by Anastasia Palagutina on Unsplash
“Mitigation is the best adaptation.”
Quamrul Chowdhury, Adaptation Expert and Lead Negotiator for the Least Developed Countries
The Hunger Stones resurfaced last month along central European rivers. These river boulders are carved with inscriptions that memorialize years of suffering, famine, and economic distress from past droughts. One prophetic writing from 1616 translates… Continue reading
It’s 2020 baby!
It is the last year of the decade. This has been a decade where we’ve seen an unbelievable escalation of climate disruption along with a groundswell in the global youth climate movement. And, none of it is over yet (remember I said last year in the decade) as emissions are still going up.
This isn’t some post about the Marie
There are a lot of words being used to describe Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath; unprecedented, historic, catastrophic, one-in-500, one-in-1000, costliest natural disaster in US history. You get the idea; Harvey’s devastation was massive and on a scale that is hard to wrap our brains around.
I even heard one stat that said we’ve had 10 1/1000… Continue reading