BOISE STUDENTS ROCK MY BOAT

Awhile ago I got a letter from a Boise Idaho high school student, @Shiva_rajbhandari, telling me that he and 9 other students were very concerned abou...

CHANGES

It’s been a while. For months, it’s felt like all I could do was make it from one day to the next. No time or energy to write about it. All my energy ...

I CAN STILL ACT!

Frankly, I’ve been worrying about the possibility that in the 15 months since we were last filming “Grace & Frankie,” I may have lost the ability...

BACK TO WORK

I’m getting excited that we’ll start filming “Grace & Frankie” again tomorrow. I’ve enjoyed having to learn my lines for my scenes tomorrow and T...

Disaster patriarchy: how the pandemic has unleashed a war on women

This is an article by V (formerly Eve Ensler) that just appeared in The Guardian. I think it’s really important so I’m sharing here. Disaster patriarc...

A DIVINE MIDWEEK LUNCHEON WITH SOME OF MY FAVORITE PEOPLE

It felt as though we were eating under an arbor on a Venetian island. Monica Rosenthal serving salad. Some kind of pizza-like dish but not pizza, that...

A NOTE FROM JANE

I have a new book that just came out called “What Can I Do? The 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?: The Path from Climate Despair to Action will go to Greenpeace.