Posts Tagged: Risk

Against the Wickedness of Wasted Time

Recently I had the privilege of collaborating on a publication called Burn Zone with Danny Lyon, the photographer. He had written an anthropocene/autobiographical essay and taken some striking images of the area around his home in New Mexico after several

Against the Wickedness of Wasted Time

Recently I had the privilege of collaborating on a publication called Burn Zone with Danny Lyon, the photographer. He had written an anthropocene/autobiographical essay and taken some striking images of the area around his home in New Mexico after several

Breaking Free by Getting Jailed in Whiting, Indiana

  According to Carbon Brief’s analysis, we’re on track to pass 1.5 degrees Celsius temperature rise within 5 years. It’s hard to integrate this fact into daily lives that proceed in the ordinary way. As the laws of physics implement

Breaking Free by Getting Jailed in Whiting, Indiana

  According to Carbon Brief’s analysis, we’re on track to pass 1.5 degrees Celsius temperature rise within 5 years. It’s hard to integrate this fact into daily lives that proceed in the ordinary way. As the laws of physics implement

Where Risk and Resilience Meet: Questions for Gender and Disaster Specialist Dr. Elaine Enarson

Dr. Elaine Enarson is a disaster sociologist, an international consultant on gender-responsive disaster reduction, an author of (most recently) Women Confronting Natural Disaster: From Vulnerability to Resilience, and editor of several texts, including The Women of Katrina: How Gender, Race,

Where Risk and Resilience Meet: Questions for Gender and Disaster Specialist Dr. Elaine Enarson

Dr. Elaine Enarson is a disaster sociologist, an international consultant on gender-responsive disaster reduction, an author of (most recently) Women Confronting Natural Disaster: From Vulnerability to Resilience, and editor of several texts, including The Women of Katrina: How Gender, Race,