Planet Earth: I’ve been super inspired lately by the @joerogan podcast interview (1259) of David Wallace-Wells, author of ‘the Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming’ and deputy director and climate columnist at New York magazine. It’s a terrifying yet inspiring two-hour-long interview laying out a huge amount of problems with our planet, and proposed solutions. Once I got to the end, I just restarted it and listened a second time. Highly recommended. // The summary I can give you is: things aren’t looking good, in fact they’re looking pretty bad, but we are still in the position to turn things around. I would say more, but Mr. Wells lays things out far better than I ever could. So take a listen and let me know what you think of it 🙏🏻 #earthday2019 #davidwallacewells

I’ve been super inspired lately by the @joerogan podcast interview (1259) of David Wallace-Wells, author of ‘the Uninhabitable Earth: Life After Warming’ and deputy director and climate columnist at New York magazine. It’s a terrifying yet inspiring two-hour-long interview laying out a huge amount of problems with our planet, and proposed solutions. Once I got to the end, I just restarted it and listened a second time. Highly recommended. // The summary I can give you is: things aren’t looking good, in fact they’re looking pretty bad, but we are still in the position to turn things around. I would say more, but Mr. Wells lays things out far better than I ever could. So take a listen and let me know what you think of it 🙏🏻 #earthday2019 #davidwallacewells

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