Author Archive | Julie

Our stories matter. What’s yours?

Yesterday, I received word that an autobiographical piece I’d developed with the help of the team at Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy, (about my continuing relationship to and with the climate crisis), had gone live on their web site (Julie’s Climate Story). With their kind permission, I’m sharing it directly, here on Junket’s blog, […]

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Trump, Russia, and Reclaiming Personal Power In The Time Of Climate Change

It’s been several weeks since I’ve posted here– I’ve found myself consuming content more than producing it as drama at the top of our government plays out in real time. As we woke up the morning after the 2016 election, a few things were painfully clear: this was not going to go well for the […]

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Choose slow shipping, please!

I stopped flying about a year and a half ago after learning — just before hopping on a plane — that air transit produces roughly 10x the emissions of ground transit (distances and volume being equal). As the plane hurtled down the runway burning jet fuel, I grappled with the knowledge that this, multiplied times […]

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