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A dangerous new world : Maine voices on the climate crisis, Meghan Sterling & Kathleen Sullivan, editors ; forword by Governor Janet Mills

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A dangerous new world : Maine voices on the climate crisis
Title
A dangerous new world
Title remainder
Maine voices on the climate crisis
Statement of responsibility
Meghan Sterling & Kathleen Sullivan, editors ; forword by Governor Janet Mills
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Editor
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Language
eng
Summary
"An anthology of work by 65 writers and 27 artists who responded to a call for essays, poetry and art work on the effects of climate change - on their lives, their communities, their families, and their futures. The resulting collection is a many-layered and complex mosaic of voices and visions, of thoughtful appraisals, careful observations, emotional responses, and scientific analyses. We see changes along the coast through the eyes of lobstermen and clammers, changes in the woods through the eyes of forest walkers and birders, images of natural beauty and its devastation through the work of poets, painters, photographers, installation artists, and sculptors." --supplied by publisher
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PPN
Illustrations
illustrations
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no index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • Sterling, Meghan
  • Sullivan, Kathleen,
  • Mills, Janet T.
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  • Global environmental change
  • Climatic changes
  • Human ecology in art
  • Human ecology in literature
  • Nature
  • Nature
  • Climatic changes
  • Global environmental change
  • Human ecology in art
  • Human ecology in literature
  • Nature
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A dangerous new world : Maine voices on the climate crisis, Meghan Sterling & Kathleen Sullivan, editors ; forword by Governor Janet Mills
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Contents
Foreword / Governor Janet Mills -- Introduction / The editors. Speaking out with words : The view / Taffy Field -- Witness / Kara Douglas -- The climate change activist attends a fundraiser / Jefferson Navicky -- Succession / Meghan Sterling -- The line / Caitlin Shetterly -- Climate change / Jean Pollard -- what matters / Jeri Theriault -- the long loop of time / Shirley Glubka -- On Eagle Lake / Martin Steingesser -- Managed retreat / Kathleen Sullivan -- Thorn / Betsy Sholl -- Imago / Jenny Doughty -- Our witching hour / Sherry Barker Abaldo -- News of the world / Marcia F. Brown -- These long dark nights / Elizabeth Garber -- February thaw / Susan Colbert Motta -- Womb of ice: the Maine woods in winter / Wendy Weiger -- Whiteout privilege / Muriel Allen -- Night walk / Erin Covey-Smith -- Winter / Michelle Cacho-Negrete -- Out of place and time / Ginny Freeman -- Changes, fast and slow / Kathryn Olson -- All heart disease is psychosomatic / Karin Spitfire -- THe great redundancy / Kathleen Ellis -- Don't look away / Bonnie Sammons -- Reclaiming the earth / Nancy Orr -- Despite / Richard Foerster -- Hope / Jean Pollard -- Tender the connection / Cathleen Miller -- After a sign in Harbor Fish Market, Portland, Maine / Lucia Owen -- Imperfect summer day / Nancy Heiser -- still life in backyard with world on fire / Katherine Ferrier -- Grieving big changes / Marina Schauffler -- Grandeur / Charlote Agell -- "Persistence" is a thing with fins / Andrea Lani -- Letter to James Hansen from Boulogne / Colin Cheney. Speaking out with art : Winter atlas ice / Jim Nickelson -- Those long years that came before us / Heidi Daub -- Tibetan prayer wheels / Ann Carroll -- Coal and glacier water landscape / Shoshannah White -- THe feathered hand / Alison Hildreth -- Earth matrix: ghost frogs / Kate Cheney Chappell -- llex laevigata (male and female) / Rebecca Goodale -- Thalictrum pubescens / DM Witman -- Shelter for biodiversity / Joe Hemes -- Rising tides / Michel Droge -- The burn / Robin Gleason -- Wendall berry / Robert Shetterly -- Kelsey Juliana / Robert Shetterly -- UNPACK / Andy Rosen -- TREAD / Andy Rosen -- Gaia #14 Jean Ann Pollard -- For cod's sake / Leland Chisholm -- Rush of brightness / Anna Dibble -- Arctic journey / Marjorie Moore -- Swarm / Vanessa Nesvig -- Questions I ask / Nina Jerome -- Forest pool / Betty Schopmeyer -- Snow shoveling / Katrina Van Dusen -- Overgrown / Jill Pelto -- Gulf of Maine temperature variability / Jill Pelto -- Wild weather on the Kennebec / kdb Dominiguez -- Thinking while walking under the sea / Celeste Roberge -- When logic and reason have fled / Fay David Edwards -- 1331, Antarctic Peninsula, February 2014 / John Eide. Tornado / Ella Schmidt -- Noah's arc redux / Kathleen Sullivan -- Low tide / Andrea Suarez-Hill -- Forest pool / Laura Bonazzoli -- Extinction / Jay Franzel -- Ghost moose / Margo Stever -- The profound, paradoxical, and sacred gift of these times / Jennifer Comeau -- Dayenu / Katherine Hagopian-Berry -- Last day in Eden / Jacqueline Moore -- What happened in Eden / Mark Melnicove -- In the fridge / Janet Stebbins -- The day the wind took up and carried / Marcia F. Brown -- Free will / Laura Levenson -- Death of a warbler / Robert Shetterly -- The boom in birds / Jefferson Navicky -- Finding garden grace in dark times / Caitlin Shetterly -- First light, June / Helena Lipstadt -- Rising waves / Kristen Lindquist -- Nobody looks back: a cautionary tale / Janet Stebbins -- Dysturbia / Robert Petrillo -- Codicil / Meghan Sterling -- Un-bearable / Erin Covey-Smith -- Persephone's chorus song, int he late anthropocene: too susceptible / Megan Grumbling -- Plant for sale at Home Depot: a meditation / Michele Menting -- Butterfly crossing Route 118, Norway, Maine / Lucia Owen -- Montana Fields / Michael Colbert -- Panel of experts / Leonore Hildebrandt -- Explain / Dawn Potter -- Climate change for snow leopards / Mae Fahey -- Mother Nature's curse / Gylvie Gill -- Arizona storm / Sophia Berry -- Future / Freida Camacho -- A wanderer's odyssey / Rachel Robinson -- Melting away / Ellie Douglas -- Beals Island / Hannah Carver -- Skinn(mm)ing in seven cycles / Annaliese Jakimides -- Tangled in climate change / Lester Coleman -- with The escape / Kate Hargrave -- Hold fast hope / Tanya Rucosky -- Cloud anthem / Richard Blanco -- Benediction / Wesley McNair. Afterword / Meghan Sterling -- On action: an old story / Kathleen Sullivan -- Suggested action list -- Acknowledgements
Control code
1127567680
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
xiii, 152 pages
Isbn
9780578598284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)1127567680
Label
A dangerous new world : Maine voices on the climate crisis, Meghan Sterling & Kathleen Sullivan, editors ; forword by Governor Janet Mills
Publication
Copyright
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
Foreword / Governor Janet Mills -- Introduction / The editors. Speaking out with words : The view / Taffy Field -- Witness / Kara Douglas -- The climate change activist attends a fundraiser / Jefferson Navicky -- Succession / Meghan Sterling -- The line / Caitlin Shetterly -- Climate change / Jean Pollard -- what matters / Jeri Theriault -- the long loop of time / Shirley Glubka -- On Eagle Lake / Martin Steingesser -- Managed retreat / Kathleen Sullivan -- Thorn / Betsy Sholl -- Imago / Jenny Doughty -- Our witching hour / Sherry Barker Abaldo -- News of the world / Marcia F. Brown -- These long dark nights / Elizabeth Garber -- February thaw / Susan Colbert Motta -- Womb of ice: the Maine woods in winter / Wendy Weiger -- Whiteout privilege / Muriel Allen -- Night walk / Erin Covey-Smith -- Winter / Michelle Cacho-Negrete -- Out of place and time / Ginny Freeman -- Changes, fast and slow / Kathryn Olson -- All heart disease is psychosomatic / Karin Spitfire -- THe great redundancy / Kathleen Ellis -- Don't look away / Bonnie Sammons -- Reclaiming the earth / Nancy Orr -- Despite / Richard Foerster -- Hope / Jean Pollard -- Tender the connection / Cathleen Miller -- After a sign in Harbor Fish Market, Portland, Maine / Lucia Owen -- Imperfect summer day / Nancy Heiser -- still life in backyard with world on fire / Katherine Ferrier -- Grieving big changes / Marina Schauffler -- Grandeur / Charlote Agell -- "Persistence" is a thing with fins / Andrea Lani -- Letter to James Hansen from Boulogne / Colin Cheney. Speaking out with art : Winter atlas ice / Jim Nickelson -- Those long years that came before us / Heidi Daub -- Tibetan prayer wheels / Ann Carroll -- Coal and glacier water landscape / Shoshannah White -- THe feathered hand / Alison Hildreth -- Earth matrix: ghost frogs / Kate Cheney Chappell -- llex laevigata (male and female) / Rebecca Goodale -- Thalictrum pubescens / DM Witman -- Shelter for biodiversity / Joe Hemes -- Rising tides / Michel Droge -- The burn / Robin Gleason -- Wendall berry / Robert Shetterly -- Kelsey Juliana / Robert Shetterly -- UNPACK / Andy Rosen -- TREAD / Andy Rosen -- Gaia #14 Jean Ann Pollard -- For cod's sake / Leland Chisholm -- Rush of brightness / Anna Dibble -- Arctic journey / Marjorie Moore -- Swarm / Vanessa Nesvig -- Questions I ask / Nina Jerome -- Forest pool / Betty Schopmeyer -- Snow shoveling / Katrina Van Dusen -- Overgrown / Jill Pelto -- Gulf of Maine temperature variability / Jill Pelto -- Wild weather on the Kennebec / kdb Dominiguez -- Thinking while walking under the sea / Celeste Roberge -- When logic and reason have fled / Fay David Edwards -- 1331, Antarctic Peninsula, February 2014 / John Eide. Tornado / Ella Schmidt -- Noah's arc redux / Kathleen Sullivan -- Low tide / Andrea Suarez-Hill -- Forest pool / Laura Bonazzoli -- Extinction / Jay Franzel -- Ghost moose / Margo Stever -- The profound, paradoxical, and sacred gift of these times / Jennifer Comeau -- Dayenu / Katherine Hagopian-Berry -- Last day in Eden / Jacqueline Moore -- What happened in Eden / Mark Melnicove -- In the fridge / Janet Stebbins -- The day the wind took up and carried / Marcia F. Brown -- Free will / Laura Levenson -- Death of a warbler / Robert Shetterly -- The boom in birds / Jefferson Navicky -- Finding garden grace in dark times / Caitlin Shetterly -- First light, June / Helena Lipstadt -- Rising waves / Kristen Lindquist -- Nobody looks back: a cautionary tale / Janet Stebbins -- Dysturbia / Robert Petrillo -- Codicil / Meghan Sterling -- Un-bearable / Erin Covey-Smith -- Persephone's chorus song, int he late anthropocene: too susceptible / Megan Grumbling -- Plant for sale at Home Depot: a meditation / Michele Menting -- Butterfly crossing Route 118, Norway, Maine / Lucia Owen -- Montana Fields / Michael Colbert -- Panel of experts / Leonore Hildebrandt -- Explain / Dawn Potter -- Climate change for snow leopards / Mae Fahey -- Mother Nature's curse / Gylvie Gill -- Arizona storm / Sophia Berry -- Future / Freida Camacho -- A wanderer's odyssey / Rachel Robinson -- Melting away / Ellie Douglas -- Beals Island / Hannah Carver -- Skinn(mm)ing in seven cycles / Annaliese Jakimides -- Tangled in climate change / Lester Coleman -- with The escape / Kate Hargrave -- Hold fast hope / Tanya Rucosky -- Cloud anthem / Richard Blanco -- Benediction / Wesley McNair. Afterword / Meghan Sterling -- On action: an old story / Kathleen Sullivan -- Suggested action list -- Acknowledgements
Control code
1127567680
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
xiii, 152 pages
Isbn
9780578598284
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
illustrations (some color)
System control number
(OCoLC)1127567680

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