Tag Archives: Dumanoski

The End of the Long Vacation

The idea for this post – which may be the first of a series – popped into mind recently as I walked to a morning meeting at a nearby tea/coffee shop, Selah’s Tea.  In my day pack was Dianne Dumanoski’s book … Continue reading

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New essays, online courses & a course at Bates College

Here is an overdue update about: three new essays about life and climate change a set of online courses about basic system principles a short course on climate change at Bates College (Lewiston, ME) New essays In the last few … Continue reading

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Essay revision: Why large-scale climate change (probably) cannot be stopped

Over the last few days, I completed a major revision of an essay that I first wrote about five years ago. It is here in Resources/Essays. I’ve been intending to revise it for some time, but was finally motivated to … Continue reading

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Ramping Up : Posts & Presentations about Gaia & Climate

First published on 2/14, Valentine’s day, I originally titled this post “Gaia, will you be my valentine?” Later, I learned that V-day has joined the realm of “controversial holiday names” <sigh>. And, admittedly, the title seemed a little gimmicky and … Continue reading

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