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...
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...
A big thank you

A big thank you

Thank you so much to everyone last night at Art Walk who participated in two Earth Art Bainbridge events, EARTHEART and Air, Water, Soil. What a beautiful evening to raise awareness about climate change, to talk to artists and farmers and everyone who cares about our...
Science as sculpture and music

Science as sculpture and music

Artist Nathalie Miebach turns science data into sculpture. She takes astronomy, weather, and ecological observations and then carefully translates those observations into sculptures made of natural reed and beads. As she says in her TED talk, every bead and reed...

Carbon sink / source

Trees and climate change are intricately linked in the story of climate change. Trees are great carbon sinks—a 40 year old tree can store as much as 1 ton of carbon—although the exact amount varies by species and climate. And trees are what created the...