Life in a Northern Town – “Spokes 10-12-19”

“April is the cruelest month”? Clearly T.S. Eliot was never in the Great Plains for a mid-fall blast of cold and snow. And yet… perhaps there’s a little beauty there, too.

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Price of Continuous Development and Externalities is the Climate Crisis

There are costs to continuous development and the exclusion of pollution and environmental degradation from project analyses, and they’re harsh. Say hello to the Climate Crisis.

“All Growth is Good.” Not.

The statement came near the end of a gathering of entrepreneurs and businesspeople in the spring of 2018. Continue reading “Price of Continuous Development and Externalities is the Climate Crisis”

#80 in Environmental Blogs, IV Words. What the Heck. Why Not?

IV Words named the 80th best environmental blog on the Internet! It’s an honor… I think… maybe… awe, shoot… what the heck!

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It’s a heck of a thing. It seems IV Words has been selected as one of the Top 100 Environmental Blogs on the Web. Continue reading “#80 in Environmental Blogs, IV Words. What the Heck. Why Not?”

Quoth the Climate Crisis Raven: Dumbermore

The editorial page is – or should be – a place for sharing ideas and stimulating conversation on important issues, not for character assassination, name-calling or generally behaving like a schoolyard bully with limited intelligence….

So-Called Columnist Needs to Back His Arguments, Not Resort to Name-Calling

Dumb. That’s what a blogger and columnist for The Forum, Fargo, N.D., calls the kids who joined the Climate Crisis Strike this past Friday, Sept. 20, 2019. Continue reading “Quoth the Climate Crisis Raven: Dumbermore”

Coverage of Fargo #ClimateCrisis Strike

Happy that KVRR covered the Fargo #ClimateStrike yesterday. Glad to be able to speak out on the value of peaceful protest and how crucial it is that government leaders doing something – lots of things – to address the #ClimateCrisis NOW. #StrikeWithUs #ThereIsNoPLANetB

People from all walks of life, from as young as age 5 to grandparents in their 80s, protested in Fargo yesterday (9/20/19) about government inaction on the #ClimateCrisis. Continue reading “Coverage of Fargo #ClimateCrisis Strike”

Global Climate Crisis Strike | Fargo, N.D.

The Climate Crisis can be overwhelming, but the people who demanded immediate action by government at all levels at the Fargo Climate Strike today say ignoring the problem is not the answer.

They came for the grandchildren who will deal with the effects of the Climate Crisis for years after they’re gone. Continue reading “Global Climate Crisis Strike | Fargo, N.D.”