Posts Tagged ‘global warming’

From beauty to horror and back again: the Athabasca River Pilgrimage

Posted October 10th, 2013 in Featured, Zine Comments Off on From beauty to horror and back again: the Athabasca River Pilgrimage

The story of the Athabasca River Pilgrimage, a photo essay with video. This is my meditation on our journey from Canada’s Rocky Mountains to the tar sands and back again. Hard to believe what we are doing to this beautiful Earth. Hard to believe. Just so hard to believe.

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Oil and Ecological Hope

Posted October 3rd, 2013 in Blog, Featured 2 Comments

They don’t really go together, do they? One cancels out the other. That’s what we’ve come to. That’s the moment in which we humans are living now. We have to decide which direction we’re going in.

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The Athabasca River: from the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park to the Arctic Ocean, a journey

Posted July 31st, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on The Athabasca River: from the Columbia Icefield in Jasper National Park to the Arctic Ocean, a journey

Athabasca River pilgrimage – bearing witness to a story about North America and our way of life.

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Why I don’t like the “game over” language

Posted June 25th, 2013 in Blog, Featured Comments Off on Why I don’t like the “game over” language

“Game over for the planet” is a message of despair. What happens if the game is not over, and the world we are moving into, the hotter more depleted world, is one in which we will need to learn how to live all over again? “… it’s time to unleash our visionary best, and our most unselfish best. It is time to look upon the era coming as one of the biggest transitions in human evolution.” How do we want to approach such a time?

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