Drawing a mountain glacier scene is particularly difficult with a sparkler. There is value in trying new materials and forms of artistic expression when portraying a natural landscape. I’d like […]
Once a year, in December, a glorious tradition occurs. Friends come together, talk about their lives, and celebrate each other’s successes. I’m talking of course about the American Geophysical Union […]
I have been wondering for years about how to get paid to teach science in Maine, to adults, my way. How about a facility with loads of hands-on activities or […]
I thought of this while I was making breakfast.
I wonder if in addition to therapists, personal trainers, dieticians, and motivational speakers there will be carbon coaches. These are people who would come to you, assess your current carbon […]
Art and Science, especially rap and glaciology, go so well together. I would love to see a list of all climate-related references in rap/hip-hop lyrics, and I bet we’ll see […]
In tango, there is a leader and a follower. At 2am last night I was reflecting on my recent tango lesson as well as a recent climate conference I attended […]