Well, it’s been three-and-a-half months since I last managed to post here, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been blogging. It’s just that those posts have appeared elsewhere.
So while you’re waiting for me to fulfill my Chinese New Year’s resolution (which, fortunately, was only resolved 3 weeks ago), check out these recent posts:
- The ‘most wonderful plants in the world’ are also some of the most useful ones (February 21, 2018)
On The Revelator:
- Don’t believe the hype: giant pandas are still endangered (January 11, 2018)
- Climate: riding the chaotic wave (August 28, 2017)
- 5/9: the day we passed the climate tipping point (August 14, 2017)
On The Hill
- Pesticides, Pruitt and a plea for biodiversity (June 15, 2017)
And if you want to see what else I’ve been up to while I’ve been stateside (in the last three months, I’ve been to Antarctica, New Mexico, Singapore for Chinese New Year, and Germany), check these out:
- Hemlock Hospice lecture tour, press coverage (ongoing since October 7, 2017), and a fabulous podcast for The Native Plant Podcast (February 20, 2018)
- New sculpture created for the Shifting Sites group exhibition in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the Rhode Island School of Design (March 5-19, 2018)
- New book published: Carnivorous Plants: Physiology, Ecology, and Evolution by Oxford University Press (January 21, 2018 in Europe; February 21, 2018 in USA)
- Paper on reproducibility in ecological research published in Nature Ecology and Evolution (January 16, 2018)
Meanwhile, it’s still winter here in Massachusetts, so I need to shovel out!