This inspired video by Finite Visual captures the essence of my visionary ecofiction novel, The Erenwine Agenda. Click the Youtube link to watch in higher resolution. There is also one on Facebook in a lower resolution. You can see more about the novel here on Amazon and here on Goodreads. Please enjoy, share, and let … Continue reading The Erenwine Agenda video is out!
I had a dream in the early hours this morning – an Earth Day dream. Near my office—we’re somewhere northern—closer to the Arctic Circle. Salmon gathering, next to my friend’s office window, in the river that ran clear past by the office building— under a train bridge, parallel to a turning train line. Stood with … Continue reading Salmon gathering
The Erenwine Agenda will be available for you to read tomorrow! For those who have asked: It is available to pre-order now. Pre-ordering counts toward first-day sales figures. It is available on Kindle. As part of the Kindle Unlimited program, I will be paid half a cent (yes) per page you read. So please … Continue reading One more sleep…
I'm excited to announce that my novel, The Erenwine Agenda, is now available for pre-order on Amazon! This is the short description: An intern architectural designer takes on the natural gas industry. This is the little-bit-longer description: Amalia Erenwine—an environmental activist working in New York City as an architectural intern—takes on the natural gas industry … Continue reading New Book Alert!
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Follow the link to access this presentation about Clean Energy Strategies for Urban Resilience – a good overview in a nutshell.
The presentation I gave as part of a panel on Adaptation Strategies for Climate Change at the Municipal and Regional-scale at the Climate Resilience and Adaptation Symposium became my first public presentation in America. It makes me happy, while I do realize I could have prepared a little more.
While drawing on my work as an intern at NREL, yet not relating to the organization itself, the presentation discusses the synergies that can be achieved by considering sustainability as a process to resilience, rather an a be-all and end-all proposition. At every stage of the emergency management phases as outlined by FEMA, clean energy strategies have the potential to add value imparting greater advantage than singularly focused efforts.
The presentation can be accessed by following this link