Max Greenberg’s Archive

This isn't my family. For one thing, Cousin Billy actually has a massive face tattoo.

On The Record: Thinking Of Climate Change And Future Thanksgivings

It’s almost Thanksgiving, when a nation’s thoughts turn to gratitude and familial concord. And low, low prices on consumer electronics, but whatever. Coming at the tail end of another tough …

Steps For Activating Kids: Get Outside

Usually I blog about climate change, but right now my mind is on running and jumping. Or lack thereof. I just read an interesting (and scary) post over at the …

Bite-Sized

“Bite-Sized” Solutions For Climate Change May Not Be Enough

Last month, President Obama told the National Journal that he plans to address climate and energy through a suite of “bite-sized” policies smaller and less complex than a comprehensive bill: …

You remember this from your high school history textbook, right?

This Veterans Day, Consider The Consequences Of Our Oil Dependence

Tomorrow, on Veterans Day, I want us to renew the fight for climate and energy action. I intend the above cartoon as a tongue-in-cheek tribute to full-throttle calls to arms …

See this guy? He actually doesn't mind global warming all that much. ( flickr | smccann )

We’ve Got A Fever, And The Only Prescription Is Less Climate Change

Discover Magazine’s cover story for the month of December—which I received yesterday, presumably because I’m some kind of fancy postal service VIP—feels like a Halloween holdover. Scary CGI mosquito, backlit …

Apologies to Benjamin Franklin.

Dear New Incumbent: Help America Solve Big Problems Again, Starting With Climate Change

Letter to a new member of Congress Dear New Incumbent- There was a time when we led the league in muscular thinking. The flattop American in square glasses and a …

Wildlife Could Be The New ‘Homeless, Tempest-Tossed’ As Climate Change Shifts Habitats

According to an article in the online edition of last week’s Science News, climate-change-induced species disruption and environmental displacement is causing major headaches for officials who monitor the movements of non-native invasive wildlife. That in addition to the headaches facing the species themselves.

TR's Birthday / Illustration by Max Greenberg

On Teddy Roosevelt’s Birthday, Taking To The Bully Pulpit For Wildlife (Part I)

Today we celebrate what would be the 152nd birthday of a man so mighty he made a pince-nez and a vest look tough. Rough Rider, Trustbuster, Bull Moose Environmentalist: Teddy Roosevelt.

As Emissions Rise, Weeds (And Allergies) Could Follow Suit

The current issue of Natural History magazine features a fine story by Peter Del Tredici on the role of weeds in the modern city. The broad discussion, about the relevance of the idea of an ‘invasive’ plant in an environment where very little truly native vegetation remains, is worth your time…One of the subjects that most interests Del Tredici is the weed’s place in a world whose climate we are rapidly changing

Blind Elephants

Republicans Can Lead On Climate…If They Open Their Eyes

When politicians take pains to miss the point, are they really being leaders? The parable of the blind men and the elephant is near and dear to many a cartoonist’s …

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