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Protecting the Arctic · Subhankar Banerjee

Caroline welcomes the return of Subhankar Banerjee, one of the foremost protectors of The Arctic National Wildlife,
Responding to threat with Trickster “Indigenuity” (thank you, Bob Gough, Dan Wildcat, Curtis Catawba for that word)
Becoming like what we love to be its protectors. To protect wolves – become more like wolves to protect Arctic and Bear Ears – let’s ally with the Intelligence of the land itself.

‘Subhankar Banerjee is an Indian born American photographer, writer, activist and environmental humanities scholar. He has been a leading voice on issues of Arctic conservation, indigenous human rights, resource wars, and climate change. He has also done work in the American Southwest that addresses desert ecology and forest deaths from climate change, and recently started a project to address climate change impacts and politics of ecology in the coastal temperate rainforests in the Pacific Northwest. His research focuses on the intersection of art, ecocultural activism and environmental humanities. Subhankar’s photographs, writing, and lectures have reached millions of people around the world.’



Today’s Guiding Themes (& Chart) began (Patreon)…

Tyranny reaches a Tipping Point….

Mercury retrograde be our ally, trining Trickster Uranus, and Eris goddess of disruption – that any of the up-to-no-good things the dementors have put in place be reversed, revoked…

Jupiter trine Neptune “Protoplasm of reality, especially receptive to imaginative imprint.”Nothing is certain, especially the horrific…

Let’s heed late great Native America ally, Ruben Snake: “Here’s a little bit of Indian wisdom: If we don’t change our direction – we’re likely to end up where we are headed.”

Let’s form alliances with all the Beauty we love, the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Bear Ears, our hood, that we be in collaborative cahoots with the Intelligence of the Land and Water.“To protect wolves – become more like wolves, to protect Arctic become more like Arctic, to protect water, adapt the strategy of water etc…”