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Latheck the Climate Change Barbarian

I wrote an unexpectedly popular post a little while ago where I vented about the success of my most famous creation, Latheck the Barbarian. In said post, I explored my complicated relationship with Latheck's first story, and mentioned that Latheck was gearing up for a second outing in my latest book, newly reimagined as a… Continue reading Latheck the Climate Change Barbarian

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Florida: A Discussion on Managed Retreat

"You know, you guys should be really worried about climate change" Pete Townshend, guitarist of British rock band 'The Who' told an audience of thousands at a Who concert in Tampa, Florida, in 2019. If I'd been in the crowd, I'd have bellowed, "NO SHIT!" right back to him. Not the most elevated language, to… Continue reading Florida: A Discussion on Managed Retreat

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The Magnificent Myth of American Leadership

On August 16th, 2022, the Inflation Reduction Act of 2022 was signed into law by President Joe Biden, thereby committing the United States of America to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 40% compared to 2005 levels by 2030. To say the climate change community was ecstatic would be an understatement. I was so happy that… Continue reading The Magnificent Myth of American Leadership

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I Shouldn’t Have Called Joe Manchin an Asshat, he’s actually the Darth Vader of Climate Change

Oh glorious day! The United States is on the verge of passing billions of dollars for funding for renewable energy and climate change programs after Joe Manchin, the swing-vote in the U.S. Senate, abruptly changed his mind and said that he would vote for climate change legislation after months and months of refusal! The new… Continue reading I Shouldn’t Have Called Joe Manchin an Asshat, he’s actually the Darth Vader of Climate Change