Always learning: lessons from students

I've had a couple of terrific experiences with students over the past few weeks-- from teaching a two-week intensive class titled Resilience, Complexity, and Flow at Sterling College--to meeting with hundreds of students at Cannon School in Concord, NC last week. Each of these gave me a chance to have some powerful and important conversations about what it means … Continue reading Always learning: lessons from students

Climate Run hits the road!

I'm super stoked to kick off the Climate Run: Iceland tour with a show at the Outdoor Gear Exchange in Burlington, Vermont on Thursday, Sept. 24th at 8:00 pm. If you are interested in hosting a presentation where you are, please get in touch! More info about Climate Run presentations.  

Dispatches for Iceland #6: Wesfjords Reflections & Recovery

It has been one week since I completed my run across Iceland to bring attention to climate resilience, and I've spent much of that time recovering, replenishing calories with seafood, lamb, and skyr, and taking some tentative and recuperative steps on the trails, snowfields, and beaches around Isafjordur and Flateyri here in the Westfjords.   The Climate Run was easily the … Continue reading Dispatches for Iceland #6: Wesfjords Reflections & Recovery

Dispatches from Iceland #1: We are an expression of forces

We've finally arrived in Iceland and settled into an Airbnb apartment in Seltjarnarnes, a few minutes from the city center. It already seems as though we've been gone from Vermont for many weeks, although it's only been just nine days of travel, training, work, and food (!) in Norway, Denmark, and Sweden. A tour of Scandinavia … Continue reading Dispatches from Iceland #1: We are an expression of forces