El COP de los Muertos

We need to accept that we are investing in our own extinction.

There is something poetic about starting the Glasgow climate summit on Diá de los Muertos — the Day of the Dead. It is the time set aside to listen to the voices of our ancestors. It is also time to stick a fork in dead tropes and move on.

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Emergency Planetary Technician and Climate Science Wonk — using naturopathic remedies to recover the Holocene without geoengineering or ponzinomics.

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Albert Bates

Albert Bates

Emergency Planetary Technician and Climate Science Wonk — using naturopathic remedies to recover the Holocene without geoengineering or ponzinomics.

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