Firebird Journal

Survival and Renewal in the Anthropocene

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Series: Surviving the "new abnormal" climate

I visited Lahaina, back in the day. My girlfriend and I pitched a tent and camped on the beach just south of town, where ginormous hotels now block access to…

  I asked ChatterBot, my AI research assistant, if there are ways to predict the behavior of complex systems. CB answered, “…predicting the behavior of complex systems is inherently challenging…

  It took humans from 1800, the date many climate models use as the beginning of the Industrial Revolution, until about 2016 to emit enough greenhouse gas to raise the…

The nearer global heating approaches to the agreed 1.5ºC limit, the greater the risk it poses to the green transition itself —  Institute for Public Policy Research In the context…

“[In a storm], lightning is going to strike…but you [can’t] predict [exactly] when and where…” — Curt Braddock, communications expert, American University Now, here’s a word for us non-specialists: stochastic….

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Books by Philip S. Wenz

Your Ecological House is a homeowner and designer’s guide to creating a “home ecosystem,” an integrated habitat that conserves and produces energy, reduces waste and produces food and other goods.

This upcoming book discussed three possible futures — ” bad,” “good,” and “likely” — for the planet and humanity in the Anthropocene.

Read the Synopsis.