On November 29, 2015 people gathered together all around the world to show their support for real and lasting action on climate change. Their actions coincided with the beginning of the final week of this year’s COP21 negotiations in Paris. The following are photos from the Hong Kong branch of those protests, organized by local group … Continue reading Worldwide Climate March: Hong Kong
Well, there you have it. 4,559 km down of 40,000. The cycling part of this segment of the tour is done. Once I find a cord to transfer my GPS data onto my computer I’ll try to play around and make up a map. For now, there’s more work to do. We’re SO close to … Continue reading 360bybike is Now Part of ArtCOP21, and We’re SO Close to Our Fundraising Goal!
Editor’s note: This story comes to us from Molly Presson, a college classmate of mine. Molly studied Politics and Environmental Studies at Whitman College. She currently resides in Oakland, CA. Editorial A community that experiences high levels of poverty, homelessness and joblessness also experiences unusually high levels of pollution. West Oakland illustrates the parallel forces that … Continue reading Climate Change in West Oakland: Molly Presson
When people talk about climate change, they talk about hope. They discuss prospects, ifs thens, and perceived inevitabilities. In the end or from the very beginning the chatter settles around two questions, asked as synonyms: Do you have hope? Are you hopeful? Around two months ago I was couchsurfing with a woman in Guilin (桂林）, … Continue reading Hope in the Discussion of Climate Change