Environmental engineer, climate hawk, scientist, parent, contemplative agitator communicating the science of the environment and the role of human stewardship.

A global pandemic has allowed for re-shaping of where we work, which is a potential win for the environment.

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A room collecting dust (Source: Unsplash, Drew Beamer)


My personal story of purchasing an electric vehicle.

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A connected EV charger port (Unsplash, Vlad Tchompalov)


Balmy days and sprouting bulbs frame a season that seems to be slipping away.

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Flowering signals of spring seem to be arriving sooner (Courtesy: Annie Spratt)


The apocalyptic movie was frightening and seemingly far-fetched, but elements of the movie’s premise are true.

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If panels on the roof generate energy, would panels in orbit do a better job?

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Solar panels that power the International Space Station (Source: NASA, Expedition 52 crew, 26 July 2017)


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Transmission towers and power lines (Photo by Matthew Henry on Unsplash)


The oft-overlooked gas may be a bomb about to blow.

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Trapped bubbles of methane in Lake Abraham in Canada (Photo by John Bakator on Unsplash)


To fly, or not to fly, that is the question.

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The American relationship with the natural world has brought us to the brink.


Now what?

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