In the new interactive anthology, Thoreau’s Legacy: American Stories about Global Warming, new and established writers speak out from the depths of their own experience about the climate crisis.
The 67 works in the anthology were selected from “nearly 1,000 submissions about beloved places, animals, plants, people, and activities at risk from a changing climate and the efforts that individuals are making to save what they love.” Contributors include scientists, students, grandparents, activists, veterans, journalists, evangelical Christians, artists and businesspeople.
The book, which will also be available soon in a limited hardcover edition, is published by the Union of Concerned Scientists and Penguin Classics. My own firm, Mixit Productions, designed the interactive version.
Take a look and while you’re at it, get yourself some free wallpaper featuring striking nature imagery and quotations by great environmental writers.