Losing our pines

Losing our pines

I love the pine trees in the Pacific Northwest; they are beautiful trees and they smell good! I particularly love the white bark pine, probably because I see it most often on hikes in beautiful places. But our pine forests are disappearing, thanks to climate change...
When people go hungry, governments fall

When people go hungry, governments fall

I don’t think rising sea levels is the worst that we face. I think food shortages and collapse of our ability to grow food in certain regions, certain nations will be the worst that we face. When people go hungry, governments fall. — Stuart Scott, founder...
Anthropocene

Anthropocene

We’ve featured artist Jason deCaires Taylor before on Earth Art Bainbridge: his installation, The Rising Tide, in the river Thames was featured in the Totally Thames Festival in 2015. Another of his works, Anthropocene, is a lifesize replica of a Volkswagon...

Climate Criminals

During COP21 in Paris in December, the faces of 7 “climate criminals” were plastered around the streets of Paris. These people are doing everything they can to deny climate change and prevent the world moving to renewable energy. They are: Benjamin...
States by Green House Gas emissions

States by Green House Gas emissions

We are lucky to live in Washington State, which contributes only 1.34% of the total US greenhouse gas emissions. That is thanks to our dams, which enable a significant amount of hydropower, and the fact that there are currently no fracking or tar sands operations in...