The nice thing about "Enviro Bitch and Mope Fest 2005" (i.e. all the enviro critiques since November) is that I no longer have to say much, other than point to the essays being written that match my complaints of the past two years. On Friday The Grist published an article that just illustrates the sad, sad, sad state of environmental communication -- adrift in a sea of crisis.
Here are a few of my thoughts on the article, plus a good article in last week's New Yorker on advertising.
Expert advice from George Lakoff: Next time don't hire me, I'm too busy for you guys.