Sarah is my thirty-five-year-old daughter. A borderline millennial. I make her listen to all of my climate change stories before I share them with the rest of the world. She is my perfect audience. Climate change just isn’t that interesting to her. She tolerates my obsession but I can almost hear her thinking, “whatever, mom.” […]
Millennials get a bad rap. But I see it differently. I think they are our best hope. They will be the ones to melt the ice between the Democrats and Republicans, so they can sit down together to find solutions to climate change.
It’s Tuesday morning. Day 25 of my east coast interview trip. It’s raining–again. I’m on the train from Philly to Penn Station and on to the middle of Long Island for my ninth interview. The train is where I do my best writing. Surrounded by people in their own worlds–lost in conversation with their seat mates, playing solitaire […]