- 400+ ppm or bust scientificamerican.com/report/400-ppm… peak in may RT @Keeling_curve: 399.00 parts per million CO2 10-Mar-2014 keelingcurve.ucsd.edu 3 hours ago
- "at least the present should consider its responsibility to allow the future to experience the past." #conservation 4 hours ago
- RT @AudraLMitchell: If rainy weather helped Genghis Khan, I dread to think what kind of tyrants #climate #change will produce! http://t.co/… 4 hours ago
- RT @IEA: Renewables provided 14% of Europe's #energy in 2012 buff.ly/1fRr7HF http://t.co/Iyyc1rSAUt 4 hours ago
- RT @kate_sheppard: That's the end of the Senate's all-nighter on climate change. Catch all the updates from the night here: http://t.co/y2j… 4 hours ago
Category Archives: Anthropocene
As you may know, I’m writing a book. It’s on the Anthropocene. As befits any book project, I’m staking out a website. Stay tuned!
THE RED VEINS of a certain pink petunia flower come courtesy of human DNA — the A’s, C’s, T’s, and G’s that teach a cell how to build itself. With the help of a virus, Brazilian-born Eduardo Kac was able … Continue reading
“As in all things, the bacteria got there first. One tiny cell built inside of itself a new pigment, a brilliant green thanks to its ability to absorb only certain colors in the light of a younger, weaker Sun. The … Continue reading
So now that I’ve settled on the classic “journey” structure (for the moment), I’m turning my attention to characters. Who’s going to populate this book of mine? And who’s going to keep readers turning pages? I’ve got folks who could … Continue reading
As I set out on this book writing project, the first (and by no means smallest) challenge to surmount is how in the world I’m going to structure a book about a bunch of misfits having a scientific argument. I … Continue reading
Humanity is now writing a new chapter in Earth’s history. The choices we make now will help set the thermostat of the entire planet for at least tens of thousands of years. If people, plants and animals don’t like the … Continue reading
As interested in readers appear to be in the Anthropocene thus far, at least, publishers… not so much. Either I’m not expressing the idea well or wittily or it’s just too darn depresssing. Onwards!
“The Holocene may have ended when James Watt invented his steam engine.” Read some idiot musing on the Anthropocene.