A SNAPSHOT OF THE NOT-SO-OLD OLD DAYS

This video clip has been circulating widely these last days and someone sent it to me. I was happy and relieved to see that even back in the 80s I was...

MY SQUIRREL

My squirrel keeps eating the walnuts I leave but she doesn’t seem to be getting fatter or showing me more love. Are any of you knowledgeable eno...

ANOTHER WEEKEND

I’m pretty excited about interviewing Mary Trump for next Fire Drill Friday. We had a preliminary “talk” yesterday and she’s w...

OFF THE TOP OF MY HEAD

I was surprised by the response to my last blog post. I guess people like to know how someone like myself spends their time during a pandemic. I feel ...

WHAT MY WEEKS ARE LIKE OF LATE

The issue of fossil fuels takes up most of what’s remaining of my brain space but I’m going to quickly write this short blog about mundane...

#Fight4TheLiving

Today dozens of labor leaders, activists, and organizers came together to pay tribute to the frontline workers we’ve lost as a result of COVID-19. Her...

A NOTE FROM JANE

I have a new book that just came out called “What Can I Do? My Path From Climate Despair to Action,” published by Penguin Press in the US and by HQ Stories in the UK. I love this book so much! It recounts how last fall I had an epiphany about the state of our planet that sent me to Washington DC and changed my life. I didn’t think that could happen—at my age—but it did and I’m not looking back. Everything I learned and what you need to know about the climate crisis is here from the mouths of experts and the too often unheard voices at the frontlines of the crisis, with stories and ideas that will change the way you think. It changed me. And what’s more, it gives clear ideas to answer your question: What Can I Do?

100% of the author’s net proceeds from What Can I Do?: My Path from Climate Despair to Action will go to Greenpeace.  Readers who pre-order now will get an exclusive behind the scenes video from me. Apologies: US, UK, Australia residents only.