How Our Desire for More Led Us Straight Into a Climate Crisis

A review of Hope Jahren’s enlightening book on Climate Change

In 2009, while teaching at the University of Hawaii, geobiologist Hope Jahren started researching changes in technology, agriculture, travel, and energy use. That research became the foundation of her latest book, The Story of More: How We Got to Climate Change and Where to Go from Here.

With deft and thoughtful prose, Jahren takes the findings from her research and places them against the backdrop…

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Writing about Body Image, Lesbian Life, Mental Health, and Trauma Recovery.

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