People’s Climate March, Midtown NYC 9/21

The people gathered along coordinated routes, organized and grouped by devotion. Estimates exceeded, hoping to be noticed, a representation of 1:100 assumed. Now will we dust off our eyes to trim a few watts, a few degrees, a plastic cup or trip to the store? An economy with many comforts, the first to look down at bright screens, while worlds away suffer … Continue reading People’s Climate March, Midtown NYC 9/21

Tundra Swans

Tundra Swans on Mississippi River pools, near Brownsville, MN.  (click to view photo-stitch then click again to view at 100%) A brief visit, chased by freezing winter. Driven by a pursuit of food, open water, and protection. Over 20,000+ Tundra Swans rest in these pools, refuel on tubers, then continue the migration to Chesapeake Bay. … Continue reading Tundra Swans

On concerns over irrigation

From the archive 07.27.2012 Daniel Barron With fifty-six percent of the lower 48 states held captive by drought (NOAA) and a farm subsidy program which values corporate interests and raw yield over quality food and sustainable practices more American citizens will soon be faced with a water shortage reality. Heavy use of modern farming practices, … Continue reading On concerns over irrigation

The time to move forward on climate change is today

Following a forgotten attempt to cap carbon emissions and several more years of silence, climate change is getting renewed attention in post-inaugural Washington.. February 21, 2013 Daniel Barron Freeport, Illinois With the inauguration stage still standing along Pennsylvania Avenue, 35,000+ protesters, including myself, marched around the White House last Sunday demanding action to address climate … Continue reading The time to move forward on climate change is today