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  • Wild Authors: Peter Brennan

    Today we talk with Dr. Peter Brennan, whose first novel, Iceapelago, was inspired by his keen interest in climate change. Heread more Wild Authors: Peter Brennan

  • Amy Talluto: Moments of Light in the Forest

    Amy Talluto’s paintings and collages depict landscapes, ranging from representational wood-scapes to more abstracted forms reassembling a hybrid of landscaperead more Amy Talluto: Moments of Light […]

  • Horses, Dancers, and Environmental Stewardship

    The Equus Projects filming of Imprinted, April-October 2021 October 2021. It is a bright, sunny, crisp October morning and theread more Horses, Dancers, and Environmental Stewardship

  • Embracing Uncertainty

    Eco-anxiety and climate grief are sometimes framed as “disorders,” but in fact these feelings typically arise from an accurate perceptionread more Embracing Uncertainty

  • Wild Authors: Premee Mohamed

    This month we travel virtually to Alberta, the home of Indo-Caribbean scientist and speculative fiction author Premee Mohamed, and alsoread more Wild Authors: Premee Mohamed

  • An Interview with Writer Marjorie B. Kellogg

    I’m writing this as a nor’easter batters New York, New Jersey, and our home in New England, and as theread more An Interview with Writer Marjorie B. Kellogg

  • Claude Schryer Explores Climate Change and Art through Sound

    As a podcaster and radio producer, I listen to many climate change podcasts. Every now and then though, I hearread more Claude Schryer Explores Climate Change and Art through Sound

  • Wild Author: Bijal Vachharajani

    I virtually met author Bijal Vachharajani this past summer at Scotland’s CYMERA Festival of Science-Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Writing. Weread more Wild Author: Bijal Vachharajani

  • Is Hope Overrated?

    Many consider hope to be essential to maintaining social movements where change is slow, setbacks are frequent, and the oddsread more Is Hope Overrated?

  • An Interview with Tory Stephens and Lindsey Brodeck

    This month, my interview is with Tory Stephens, of Grist’s Fix Lab. He and his team launched a hugely popularread more An Interview with Tory Stephens and Lindsey Brodeck

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