Monthly Archives: August 2009

The Golden Institute: a “counterfactual history”

A video about an imaginary past of energy abundance suggests important questions for how we think about our future energy choices. Continue reading

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Pew’s Climate Change FAQ vs. wonderingmind42

One person’s creative YouTube videos seem better at climate crisis communication than the venerable charitable trust. Continue reading

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Sierra Magazine’s Grade Inflation Issue

Their annual ranking of university sustainability exaggerates progress and provides little useful information. Continue reading

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McKibben on Colbert, Your Thoughts?

How effective was Bill McKibben at communicating his message in a comedy format? Continue reading

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Green Family Values on Film

Three films humorously document families that are trying to cut their consumption and become mindful of their planetary impacts. Continue reading

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