Unbroken Ground

Unbroken Ground is a new film about regenerative agriculture and how our food choices are related to climate change. The film features short stories about farmers from around the country including the “magic” Skagit Valley and the fishing waters of the...
Great risks

Great risks

“Few humans appreciate the true depth and scope of the risks anthropogenic climate change poses. The simple fact is that there is great risk in doing something substantial (attempting to move quickly on a global-scale to non-fossil energy sources) and there is...
Twenty seven years ago

Twenty seven years ago

27 years ago the U.N. Environment Program said we had 10 years left to get climate change under control, before it “goes beyond human control.” We didn’t do anything about it. We’ve emitted almost as much CO2 in the past 27 years as we did in...
Climate change is a human rights issue

Climate change is a human rights issue

The greatest human rights violation of our time is that a small number of people in rich, developed countries are wrecking the climate with a huge impact primarily (so far) on the large numbers of vulnerable poor people in countries that have had very little to do...

The Great Wall of Cups

Starbucks coffee cups (and many other similar cups) cannot be recycled. They are made out of paper, but they are lined with plastic. More than 8000 Starbucks cups go into the trash every single minute. Read that again. 8000 a minute. That’s a lot of cups....
Arc de Bread

Arc de Bread

In the United States, we waste about half our food. A lot of that waste happens because we expect our vegetables to look “perfect” and farmers can’t sell imperfect vegetables into supermarkets. Many times that food is left to rot in the fields, or is...