Climate Change Science Haiku

Seattle-based oceanographer Greg Johnson is usually processing data from Argo floats–instruments in the ocean that measure things like ocean temperature, salinity, and density. But after reading the 5th IPCC Report that was published in 2013, he found himself...
In Human Time

In Human Time

The Climate Museum in NY City officially opened in its temporary space in the Parsons School of Design on December 20, 2017 with two artists: Zaria Forman, who we’ve featured here before, and Peggy Weil. In Human Time is about ice: Zaria Forman‘s beautiful...
On civilization; it’s time to bring it down

On civilization; it’s time to bring it down

“The longer we wait for civilization to crash–or before we ourselves bring it down–the messier will be the crash, and the worse things will be for those humans and nonhumans who live during it, and for those who come after. Had someone brought down...

An embrace in the trees

The Hawaiian artist known as Hula painted a portrait on fire scarred trees here in the Pacific Northwest to call attention to climate change. The work is titled “Puliki”, which means “to embrace” in Hawaiian. Puliki was a woman embracing the...