I've been writing about major investments in low-carbon living this fall. One of the biggest involves valuing land for its carbon-soaking potential, as this article in GreenBiz explores.
Another involves valuing the democratic process, and working to convey the majority of Americans' interest in low-carbon solutions through a sometimes sclerotic government system. My current piece on Flippable, an activist blog devoted to fair districting in state elections, profiles a Pennsylvania lawmaker who's out to knock oil and gas off its perch.
As always, these pieces come out in favor of dialogue, deliberation, and mutual respect. With a hat tip to hunters and strummers- we're all in the same rising seas.