Category Archives: climate change

What gives me hope we’ll make it? Kate Orff and oysters

A few weeks before Ida hit, it was dramatically prescient that the August 9 New Yorker’s Eric Klinenberg published under the rubric Brave New World Dept., “Manufacturing Nature: How a landscape architect designs ecosystems to protect cities from the sea.” … Continue reading

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What are scientists underestimating? Not what you think

From Harper’s August 2021 Findings: Scientists have been underestimating the tree farts of ghost forests. Well, this will certainly cause me to….wait, what are tree farts and what are ghost forests? That can’t be a rhetorical question. Not with the … Continue reading

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NetFlix and infrastructure

I hear you asking, “What does NetFlix have to do with infrastructure?” And I’m here to answer that question. Least I could do since, in truth, I asked it. I’m new to NetFlix and it’s been a time of psychological … Continue reading

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