51 min

Australia's Wildfires Point to the Future, Climate Fiction As Warnings, Climate Refugees, and more Living on Earth

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Australia's Wildfires Point to the Future / Climate Disasters Drive Refugee Crisis / McSweeney's '2040 AD' Climate Fiction Issue / Note on Emerging Science: Deep-Sea Serpents / Beyond the Headlines: The Year in Review / Climate and the 2019 Lexicon / BirdNote®: Encounter with a Cassowary


Australia is in the throes of its worst fire season in modern history. As thousands of homes are incinerated and an estimated billion animals perish, the rest of the world is getting a glimpse of some of the troubles ahead on a warming planet.


Also, a new "climate fiction" issue from the literary publication McSweeney's enlists notable authors to pen short stories envisioning climate disruption.


And climate loomed large in the 2019 "word of the year" chosen by three prominent dictionary publishers.


Living with climate disruption and more, in this episode of Living on Earth from PRX.


Find this week's transcript here: https://loe.org/shows/shows.html?programID=20-P13-00002. . . .


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Australia's Wildfires Point to the Future / Climate Disasters Drive Refugee Crisis / McSweeney's '2040 AD' Climate Fiction Issue / Note on Emerging Science: Deep-Sea Serpents / Beyond the Headlines: The Year in Review / Climate and the 2019 Lexicon / BirdNote®: Encounter with a Cassowary


Australia is in the throes of its worst fire season in modern history. As thousands of homes are incinerated and an estimated billion animals perish, the rest of the world is getting a glimpse of some of the troubles ahead on a warming planet.


Also, a new "climate fiction" issue from the literary publication McSweeney's enlists notable authors to pen short stories envisioning climate disruption.


And climate loomed large in the 2019 "word of the year" chosen by three prominent dictionary publishers.


Living with climate disruption and more, in this episode of Living on Earth from PRX.


Find this week's transcript here: https://loe.org/shows/shows.html?programID=20-P13-00002. . . .


***


LEARN MORE about these stories and everything in our decades of archives at loe.org. We've got audio, transcripts, links, photos and more! . . .


JOIN US at our upcoming live FREE event in Boston with author Terry Tempest Williams! RSVP on Facebook or Eventbrite. . . .


PITCH IN with your tax-deductible contribution at https://loe.org/about/donate.html. Thank you for your support! . . .


FOLLOW US and join the conversation on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. . . .


SNACK WHILE YOU LISTEN: Our sponsor Exo offers cricket protein bars, whole roasted crickets, and more! Get your 15% discount here: https://exoprotein.com/discount/EARTH

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