When this pandemic abates, the world is definitely not going back to "business as usual."
The Christmas Truce, climate change, and the better angels of our nature: a Christmas Eve rumination.
How an impromptu cease-fire in World War I has implications for how we, as individuals and a society, can sometimes make better choices.
The classic film noir thriller, set in the Victorian era, leaves us a lot to think about in the present.
My new book on climate change, its history, and where it may be taking us is out now!
Want to communicate effectively about climate change? Ban the graph. Forever.
Here's a run-down on what I think represents my best work of 2018: blog articles, classes, podcasts and videos. Best wishes in 2019!
Nearly 30 years ago, summer in the Pacific Northwest was like paradise. Now it's like Hell. And I am pissed off.
Erik saw the world through a number of unique and diverse lenses. His vision is one we can all aspire to.
How did I find climate change in a 1972 disaster picture about an overturned ocean liner? Let me count the ways.
Feeling overwhelmed about climate change, like it's just too big to solve? You need to start thinking about the problem in different terms--and then you'll see that there is hope.