• by Steve Whitney on August 6, 2012
    Lost in the current debate over how best to control greenhouse gas emissions from combustion of fossil fuels is the simple fact that it won’t be enough. Already, concentrations of CO2 in the atmosphere exceed 390 parts per million (ppm), some 40 ppm above what many climate scientists consider safe levels. Read more
  • by Patrick Mazza on July 26, 2012
    In a Huffington Post column on the presidential election, Bianca Jagger says it’s “time to put climate change at the top of the political agenda.”  Bianca sets out a comprehensive approach to climate change that beats anything being said by either of the candidates. Read more
  • Fog on Ebey's Bluff

    Fog on Ebey's Bluff

    by Patrick Mazza on February 21, 2012
    In a world of ever increasing stress on our food and energy supplies, it makes little sense to pave farmland under sprawl, but that’s what we’ve been doing.  Read more
  • by Rhys Roth on January 16, 2012
    Our country, America the Beautiful, boasts somewhere between 105 million and 2 billion parking spaces, according to a New York Times blog that caught my eye the other day.  This boggles my mind on two levels: Read more