At Carnegie Museum of Natural History, we’re starting a new podcast. It’s called A is for Anthropocene: Living in the Age of Humanity. I’m very excited to be co-hosting this project with my friend and colleague Sloan MacRae, Director of Marketing at Carnegie Museum of Natural History. Listen to a short clip The word “Anthropocene”, … More New Podcast: A is for Anthropocene
The rapid decline of the global environment is an inescapable fact. The Earth’s major oxygen sources, coral reefs and rain forests, are disappearing along with the species that live in them. Atmospheric carbon is rising precipitously and one in a hundred year storms are becoming the norm. As the planet warms and forests are removed … More In an age of humans, can the arts save the planet?
When Juan Ponce de León traveled from Spain to the New World in 1513, he was looking for immortality. Legend has it that he was looking for the fabled fountain of youth. During his journey he named the state of Florida and his quest catalyzed the name of the Florida town of Ponce de León, … More Read This and Live Forever