Views from Elsewhere 2018

This is ClimateCultures editor Mark Goldthorpe’s monthly selection of Views from Elsewhere for 2018, featuring stories from over 50 sources throughout the year:

Aeon, Aesthetica Magazine, Anthropocene, Artists and Climate Change, The Atlantic, Atlas Obscura, 
BBC Radio, BBC Television, Burning Embers, 
Canada's National Observer, Carbon Brief, Caught By The River, Centre for Human & Nature, The Clearing, The Conversation, Crap Futures,
The Dark Mountain Project,
eco/art/scot/land, The Ecologist, The Economist, Ecosophia, Edge Effects, Electric Lit, Ensia, ENTITLE, Environmental Research Web, Eurozine, 
Foreign Policy,
Geographical, The Good Men Project, The Guardian, Guernica, 
Hacker Noon, Humanities for the Environment, Hyperallergic,
Iain Biggs, Inhabiting the Anthropocene, 
The Journal of Wild Culture, JSTOR Daily, 
Literary Hub, 
The Mail Online, MoBox, Musings,
Nature, The New Yorker, The New York Times, 
Pacific Standard, Platypus, 
Quanta Magazine,
the sea cannot be depleted, Seasonalight, Science News, Skeptical Science,
Undark, Uneven Earth

For the Views from Elsewhere 2019, go here.

For our Views from Elsewhere for 2017 (with around 100 good reads linked to over 35 sources) see here.

NB: All posts appear in the order Mark discovered and read them (most recent at the top), rather than the original publication date.

December 2018

November 2018

October 2018

September 2018

August 2018

July 2018

June 2018

May 2018

April 2018

March 2018

February 2018

January 2018

This is the ClimateCultures selection of Views from Elsewhere 2018 so far. For our Views from Elsewhere for 2017 see here.