Cassandra: Thoughts on Climate and Credulity from a Hong Kong Activist

Pictured above: Michael Lai, a Hong Kong activist with 350.org, in front of the famous Star Ferry  Activists often struggle at the borders of hope and despair, fraught by the seeming indifference of the public and the necessary limitations of pragmatism. Here, Michael Lai, a Hong Kong activist currently involved with the local 350.org chapter, weaves together stories … Continue reading Cassandra: Thoughts on Climate and Credulity from a Hong Kong Activist

The Guardian’s Keep it in the Ground Campaign, and the Changing Face of the Climate Movement

Join the Guardian News and 139,000 others in signing this petition to keep fossil fuels below ground: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/ng-interactive/2015/mar/16/keep-it-in-the-ground-guardian-climate-change-campaign Read up on the Climate Movement’s progress so far and how it’s changing: http://www.theguardian.com/environment/2015/mar/09/climate-fight-wont-wait-for-paris-vive-la-resistance Continue reading The Guardian’s Keep it in the Ground Campaign, and the Changing Face of the Climate Movement

Put down whatever you’re doing, take a minute, and read these articles

I know you’re busy, and I’m sorry to interrupt your day, but this is more important than whatever it was that you were doing. The future of life on this earth depends on you reading these articles and then doing something about climate change. I know that sounds hyperbolic–it’s easy to sound alarmist when you’re … Continue reading Put down whatever you’re doing, take a minute, and read these articles