“The world still sings. But the warnings are wise. We have lost much, and we’re risking much more. Some risks, we see coming. But there are also certainties hurtling our way that we fail to notice. The dinosaurs failed to anticipate the meteoroid that extinguished them. But dinosaurs didn’t create their own calamity. Many others don’t deserve the calamity that we’re creating.” - Carl Safina, The View From Lazy Point Fatigue. Decades of fighting the wholesale destruction of
I'm always a bit hesitant about sharing a lot of my ideas since I probably have a dozen or so going around my head and notebooks at any given time. I circulate ideas until they really get some traction and then I spend a ton of time working on them.
Here's where I'm at with a few of them right now: Black and Green Review no 5: I am flushing out my main essay and more for this issue currently. A lot of ideas, but will see which suit the other writing I'm currently working on