The Eternal Now

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It’s just a few minutes, geologically speaking. But it was forty centuries ago in our human past that people in some rocky canyons in Texas made some of the most remarkable rock art in North America. At twenty years a reproductive cycle, that’s only two hundred generations, which isn’t a lot. Two hundred fruitfly generations, […]

In New Orleans, Music Is A Climate Issue — And Climate Is A Music Issue!

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Over the four years of the Climate Letter Project, I had relatively few opportunities to link climate and music, despite the many obvious connections. This was one. The NOLA Defender (New Orleans, LA) gives the Big Easy’s perspective on climate: Global warming often conjures images of melting ice caps and smokestacks spewing soot. On Friday, […]