Is WWII the Right Metaphor for Climate Change?

Last month, I wrote a response to Bill McKibben’s recent piece in New Republic calling for a “war” on climate change. It’s an excellent piece and Bill is not the first to use this metaphor. But, I have an alternate view… The narrative of...

Dem Convention, Climate Council and other happenings

This has been a rather hectic 5 or 6 weeks for me with running shipping logistics for our Meso Creso camp at PEX Summer Festival, visiting friends in Utah for a few days, time with family in NYC and maybe most significantly, traveling to Philadelphia for most of the...

I-732 – Carbon Pricing in WA

I’ve been seeing more and more in the news lately about carbon pricing, including language being added to the Democratic Party Platform for 2016. I think this is awesome, as I see a carbon price as the single most effective policy tool we could employ in...

Qntfy writeup in Mashable

A lot of my online presence is focused on climate change and related efforts, but I’m fortunate right now to also be working part time with Qntfy on a couple of projects. Mashable posted a solid article yesterday about our work and the prospective of our...

Video from our DC Fire Collective

The past four months, I’ve had the rare privilege to work, play and dance with Revolutionary Motion, DC’s fire spinning conclave. We just finished a video of the piece we choreographed, which we’re hoping to take to Burning Man this year to perform...