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Summer Books

It’s been months since I shared with you the books I read. May was a good month for reading but once June arrived my reading slowed to a trickle and just picked up in the last two weeks.  1,134 more words

Book Reviews

Sonoma State University Receives International Award for Sustainability

Sonoma State University’s commitment to sustainability has been recognized by one of the largest international higher education sustainability nonprofit organizations in the world. The University has received a Bronze Award from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE)’s Sustainability Tracking, Assessment and Rating System (STARS) program. 777 more words

Honors And Achievements

Climate change (pt. 2): a world at war

A New Republic article in August from Bill McKibben, environmentalist, author, journalist, and founder of 350.org, put climate change and its challenge in the starkest terms: it’s a world war. 589 more words


How to Stand with Standing Rock (Armchair Edition)

I’m just back from Big Bend where about 200 marched on the Trans-Pecos Pipeline outside Alpine, Texas, on Friday. Two days after that, a smaller group of us showed up at Kelcy Warren’s multi-million-dollar Lajitas Resort on the Rio Grande to carry that message a little further. 2,174 more words


HURRICANE MATTHEW --Updated Sunday Night-- Concluded

When I went to bed last night the various experts seemed certain Hurricane Matthew would head out to sea south of New England late next week, which is just fine with me. 6,283 more words

New England Weather

Recalculating the Climate Math

The numbers on global warming are even scarier than we thought……

The future of humanity depends on math. And the numbers in a new study… 167 more words

Climate Change