The world of ecopoetry welcomes an inspiring collection. Earth Song brings together diverse voices, past and present, from across the globe.
The Breath of the Woods
excerpted from chapter seven of The Story of My Life, by Helen Keller. The book was first written in 1902 in magazine form, while she was in college, at the age of 22 For a long time I had no regular lessons. Even when I studied most earnestly it seemed […]
What is environmental writing? It can be anything—scientific, personal, political. And it’s been around for a lot longer than you might think.
Green Publishers List
Explore the Green Publishers list! These companies focus on books on our environment & / or pursue sustainable practices in their companies.
How to Talk About Climate Breakdown
Everyone knows how discussions about climate can frequently degenerate. Here are tips on how to successfully talk about climate breakdown.
What Is Climate Breakdown?
Climate breakdown is the most recent term for global warming (the temperature of the earth rising) and climate change (climate’s unprecedented change).
Noticing—A Short Story
In “Noticing” a short story by Sara Barkat, two travelers and sewists at the end of the world remember extinct birds and fairy tales.
Read “Morning” ecopoem by L.L. Barkat: I have tabbed the page / of H.D.’s ‘Oread,’ / with its plea—”whirl up” / —to the sea. (…)
Autumn Leaves—A Meditative Nature Video
Attention Restoration Theory (ART) is that being in nature, and viewing green spaces, allows the brain to unwind, to notice without noticing. Enjoy this meditative nature video, a small experience of nature that can brighten your spirits, even in town.
Rainy Afternoon — A Meditative Nature Video
Enjoy this meditative nature video, a small experience that can brighten your spirits, even on a rainy day.
Break Down } 7 songs about climate  monkey gone to heaven
Have a listen to these 7 rock, pop, and folk songs about climate, from artists like The Pixies, Michael Jackson, Patti Smith, and more.
It’s Already Too Late—A Short Story
House on a hill. River down below. And the rains speckling the grass, dots of cold, salt-ocean.