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A New Shade of Green
A New Shade of Green

By Sherry Listgarten

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About this blog: Climate change, despite its outsized impact on the planet, is still an abstract concept to many of us. That needs to change. My hope is that readers of this blog will develop a better understanding of how our climate is evolving a...  (More)

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Doug Forcett's lesson? It's hard to be good these days
Mar 1, 2020 6:00 am
Comments: 3 | Views: 2,830

Most of us don’t wake up and think: “I’ll go to work today and overheat the planet!” or “Let’s enjoy some snacks while de-homing... More
Flying: How to lower your impact
Feb 23, 2020 6:16 am
Comments: 19 | Views: 5,161

I expect a lot of you felt like this after reading the previous blog post... More
Flying: How much is enough? It's personal.
Feb 16, 2020 6:19 am
Comments: 18 | Views: 4,205

I expect many of you don’t want to read more about how flying hurts our climate. Our list of “things that are bad” is already long enough. And... More
Flying: A letter from a reader
Feb 14, 2020 6:15 am
Comments: 8 | Views: 2,465

I am beginning a series of blog posts on flying starting this Sunday. To tee it up, I thought I’d share a portion of an email I got from a reader about a year... More
Clouds of Uncertainty
Feb 9, 2020 5:55 am
Comments: 13 | Views: 4,268

Clouds have a cooling effect on the planet. “Yes, and the sky is blue”, you may be thinking. “Isn’t that obvious, and why should we care?”... More
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