This article was published yesterday and really hit the spot. Whatever your faith or politics, I thought it might give hope to others, too.
‘Prayer Is Not Enough.’ The Dalai Lama on Why We Need to Fight Coronavirus With Compassion
I was lucky enough to be invited to photograph all these lovely models honoring San Francisco’s Sustainable Fashion Week. Here are some of the photos from two days in rather difficult conditions with Arctic winds!
Jewelry Design by Miae Nelson. Models: Julia Saori, Brandi Inocencio, Carlos Zandejas, Amethyst Huang, Sarah Peterson, Antoinette Louise, Solerena Ws, Fernanda Quieroz
I have seen snow in Squaw Valley before, but never for a full week when even getting to the nearest restaurant was a struggle! It has been snowing ever since and there will be lots of spring skiing this year! My safe haven since 1993!
From the New York Times this week:
“Greenland’s enormous ice sheet is melting at such an accelerated rate that it may have reached a “tipping point” and could become a major factor in sea-level rise around the world within two decades, scientists said in a study published on Monday.
The Arctic is warming at twice the average rate of the rest of the planet, and the new research adds to the evidence that the ice loss in Greenland, which lies mainly above the Arctic Circle, is speeding up as the warming increases. The authors found that ice loss in 2012, more than 400 billion tons per year, was nearly four times the rate in 2003. After a lull in 2013-14, losses have resumed.
The study is the latest in a series of papers published this month suggesting that scientific estimates of the effects of a warming planet have been, if anything, too conservative. Just a week ago, a separate study of ice loss in Antarctica found that the continent is contributing more to rising sea levels than previously thought.
Another new analysis suggested that the oceans are warming far faster than earlier estimates. Warming oceans are currently the leading cause of sea-level rise, since water expands as it warms.”
We must do so much better to help our planet!!!