May 5th

3-5 pm


Rockland, Maine

I’ll be presenting a free public talk during The Center For Maine Contemporary Art’s exhibit Melt Down.

I’ll share my personal story as an environmentally concerned artist, stories from my 16 trips to Antarctica and Greenland, current climate news – bad and good, ways you can contribute, helpful resources, inspiring images and texts, and more.

I’ll be joined by World Ocean Observatory founder Peter Neill.

Join us for a lively conversation as we celebrate the world’s waters!


Science columnist Lee Hotz describes a remarkable project at WAIS Divide, Antarctica, where a hardy team are drilling into ten-thousand-year-old ice to extract vital data on our changing climate.

Learn more about Antarctica here.

Find out about my upcoming Antarctica workshop here.

To benefit from Al Gore’s talks you don’t have to agree with him. A majority of recommended actions benefit the you and the economy through efficiency. Simply listen to his 15 points on How You Can Contribute. You can make a difference. It’s easy! Start now!

(If you’re short on time jump to 06:00 , past his self-depracating humor.)

Find more recommended TED viewing here.

Do you have other TED recommendations? Comment here!

Interested in finding substantial information on climate change from authoritative resources? Geal information from real scientists at realclimate.org. It has great links too. It’s excellent!

Check out realclimate.org now.


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