It’s a winter wild game harvest, where neighbors gather round
To savor the earth’s bounty, from the water, woods, and ground
With crock pots, bags, and bottles, the dinner pile increases
Spices, jerky, drink, and salad… all for what? Our thesis:
To build a land-community, of science and of art
From the toddling babe, to wise gray sage, each one a vital part
With wild turkey and noodles, venison soup, and craft beverage cold
We take each new idea, and weave it with the old
What’s with all these geese? Did you hear about the bobcat?!
Each species on the move this year, I wonder where that fox at
From burrow, tip-out, and fence-row, to Mt. Baldy’s humble height
A land community dances on, as day folds into night
Whether ignorant or conscious, winter-spring-summer-fall,
We’re dancing to Earth’s anthem, may we be true Stewards, all
This generated a lot of press when it dropped… but maybe people feel like the messaging is off. The intent is to generate urgency, which is the first step in making change, but with a thorny problem like climate change, any and all efforts can be valuable. The point is haste, and scale. As a follow up…
Some commentary on the first link.
Phenomenal visualizations from Bloomberg on the data around the source of temperature variability associated with climate change. They cover volcanic activity, deforestation, fossil fuel emissions, change in solar irradiation, etc.
The trend just doesn’t seem to be letting up. (See this press release from September from our own NIPSCO).
This from the recently-launched Indiana Environmental Reporter. Looks at the cutting edge of research… now, if they can find a way to scale and commercialize the process.
Time to redouble our efforts.
Adds some nuance to the conversation. A topic that includes science, but as we discuss around these parts, is certainly much larger than the scientific enterprise.