This film can’t be released soon enough.
My recommendation for spring break reading. Or any reading really. This is probably the book I have recommended the most over the past several years. It had a huge impact on my life and thinking about how we relate to our world. Last Child in the Woods, by Richard Louv.
I’ll be a panelist tomorrow at a discussion hosted by Mt San Jacinto College’s Talon newspaper on the Dakota Access pipeline. They’ll be showing a worthwhile documentary on the subject. Check it out here:
Today, early term online environmental science courses at Mt San Jacinto College are coming to an end. As a bit of parting inspiration, check out this beautiful film about one of the most important, adventurous and groundbreaking scientists of our time, Sylvia Earle.
Here is a reading list for International Women’s Day and beyond. Sustainability and gender equality are intricately entwined and this list has the special slant of being comprised of authors who are also naturalists and environmentalists. I am looking forward to delving in to some of these books.