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11
Feb

Gen Z: The Climate Generation

How can we expect young people to face what has been called the greatest existential threat if their go-to solution is to erase themselves? How can we help them desire instead of dread their futures?

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25
Nov

Environmental Apocalypticism

This guest post is published as part of our blog series related to the annual meetings of the American Academy of Religion & Society for Biblical Literature November 23-26 in San Diego. #aarsbl19 By Robin …

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25
Sep

In the Wake of Hurricane Dorian

by Amelia Moore, author of Destination Anthropocene: Science and Tourism in the Bahamas As we all know by now, Hurricane Dorian spun out of the Atlantic in early September and squarely hit …

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09
May

The High Cost of Living

by Greg Beckett, author of There Is No More Haiti: Between Life and Death in Port-au-Prince On March 31, 2019, a small twin-engine outboard boat full of Haitian migrants capsized off the …

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19
Apr

Celebrate Earth Day with UC Press

With Earth Day 2019 approaching, we would like to reflect on the significance of our relationship with the environment, both in our capacity as a scholarly publisher and as a species. Beginning …

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30
Aug

What does it mean when Yosemite burns?

The Rim Fire. The Ferguson Fire. These and many others cause us to look and say “why?” Is it climate change? Fire suppression? Too little logging? Good answers require a broader perspective than just the trees …

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07
Mar

Climate Day 2018: Books for #ClimateAction

Happy Climate Day 2018!  Today, we stand in support of the movement to reverse climate change and to protect the Earth’s natural resources. For the occasion, we are pleased to highlight four books …

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