The latest edition of TCCP marks the end of a long, wet Philipstown winter with deep dives into fascinating climate change-related topics and the perfect (and low-emissions) late winter recipe. Click here to view and download this month’s installment of Taking Climate Change Personally (vol. 4, February 2019), which includes:
Renovate, Rethink, Recycle! Catherine draws on her interior design expertise to give us a comprehensive review of natural stone as a building material, from its extraction to re-use of old stone.. It’s beautiful and stately, but how sustainable is natural stone? Read on to find out.
The rains in Iowa. Ongoing changes to our climate are making impacts on human life that have far-reaching implications. More rainfall in the agricultural region of the U.S. midwest is an example of one such impact: what does it mean for food production, farmers’ livelihoods and water pollution in the Gulf of Mexico? The answers may surprise you.
Cook-tribute. What to do with the random assortment of winder fruits and vegetables accumulating in your kitchen? Make a Buddha Bowl (a.k.a. “a big bowl of ‘whatever’”): a healthy, delicious, vegetarian dish with a tiny carbon footprint.