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Climate Mobilization vs. The GOP Tax Plan

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With the passing of the recent GOP tax plan, which includes approval to drill in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge (ANWR), my head reels once again at how the government continually chooses profit over people and planet. In a time … Continue reading

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Too Hot to Plant

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Twenty five years ago, when I started gardening in Southern California, we planted cool weather crops in September. As Climate Change increased, September became too hot to plant. Now we plant brassicas, lettuces, alliums (onions, garlic, shallots, etc.) and root … Continue reading

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Climate Change Round Up (AKA Things I Care About)

#Climate Change was trending on Twitter yesterday. As gardenerds, we don’t need Twitter to point out the changes in seasonal behavior. We can spot when things are off. Things are definitely off. Mudslides, more intense icy winters, more frequent flooding, … Continue reading

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Do The Math for Climate Change

Earlier this week I attended Do The Math at UCLA with Bill McKibben and 350.org. For those who aren’t familiar with Bill McKibben, he is the author of 14 books including Eaarth and The End of Nature. He is an … Continue reading

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