As of the posting of this article, COP27 is still underway in Egypt. World leaders are going back and forth about the role of their nations in the growing climate crisis. Of course, the biggest question, can we slow the warming down enough before we hit the 3 degree celsius increase that scientists are warning […]
Read More Why young people are anxious about the climate crisis
One challenge for people is how many days during the year there will be street flooding in front of their houses? That’s going to create a problem. So I think about it: how many days is there going to be six inches of water for over six hours in front of my house? Is that going to be 10 days a year,
Read More Episode 6: What will climate change look like, and how will it affect the poor?
The front lines in the battle against the climate crisis are taking on many forms. Millions worldwide have marched, led protests, and even used (and I don’t condone this) violence to try and get their message across. A large amount of the energy behind this movement is from the youngest generation, Generation Z. One name […]
Read More Episode 5: The young woman taking the fight to the capital
As I write this post, I watch the disastrous aftermath of Hurricane Ian. It smashed into the southwestern region of Florida as a category four storm and left an unbelievable amount of destruction in its wake. I’ve lived through every size storm, one through five. Believe me, if you’ve never been through one, you don’t […]
Read More Episode 4: Lighting A Fire Under The Young.
I have a theory, and you’re welcome to shoot it down. Heck, I’m not entirely convinced of it, but I’ll mention it here. Climate Change became a political baton when the film Inconvenient Truth came out. That film was significant on many levels, but it failed in ONE HUMONGOUS way. It was just Al Gore. There, I’m […]
Read More Episode 3: Why Climate is political. Why is climate political?
I think we’re probably going to lose a good half dozen neighborhoods between now and when I die and that we have to figure out a good way to lose them.
Read More Episode 2: Selling Paradise during a climate crisis.
He pulled a small light stick from his pocket, flashed it along the wall, then dropped it and fell backward.
Devon? Hey, Devon?
Rich picked up the light stick and pointed it to the corner of the room. The color in Devon’s face was gone. It had congealed into a pool of blood that oozed out of the side of his head. Devon’s eyes stared back at Rich. The man’s last moment was shock and anger.
Read More I’ll Be Damned
What happens if, to save the thing that you love, you lose what you love about it?
Read More Episode 1: Welcome to Sinking Sunshine
Alicia slipped a packet of sweetener across the table. Dark Monkey pulled up, and with his index finger and thumb, he pulled from underneath it a microchip. “That’s a formula that shows why Caru is likely going to hit us as a massive storm.”
“It’s almost eighty percent now. You must ensure that hits all platforms and has the local news media talking about it.”
“Oh, don’t worry about that. I’ll have that bobble-headed weather girl on Channel Seven singing this shit on the lunch news,” Dark Monkey leaned against the table, ready to leave. “It’s got to be hard for you, Officer Fernandez. You, an agent of the law, have friends like me in such dark places. How does that feel, knowing you’re dancing on the fire’s edge like that?”
Read More A Storm Is Coming
Planet Earth 2072 the Podcast asks the question, what will Miami look like in 50 years. With the current climate crisis facing humanity, just how bad will things be, and how much change will come to the Magic City?
Read More What is pe2072?