Daniel Delatte Blog Post

January 23, 2018

Consequential geography and the struggle in having spatial geography because it is the struggle over geography. Must be noted that all geography is different, so the advantages and disadvantages + the fighting over territory because of those advantages.

The injustice is in the political organization of space.

The vagueness in justice. Used as a catch all term.


China’s Overcrowding

Thought to be a good idea to encourage families to have as many children after WWII to bring in more money to China, but has somewhat backfired with less space for and overcrowding. Now there is a limit to the amount of children families can have and


Fight Over the Coldest Place


Geog 360 Stuff Updated for Spring 2018!

January 3, 2018

David Digital Portfolio

December 19, 2017

The Meadowlands:  https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/08/29/davids-blog-posts/

Desert Solitare: https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/09/05/david-week-2/

The Fanaticism of the Apocalypse:  (only current event) https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/09/13/david-week-4/

Nature:  https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/09/20/david-week-5/

Project Proposal: https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/09/27/david-week-6/

Week 8 current event:  https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/10/18/david-week-8/

Environment and Society: (co-presented with Anna Pakrasi) https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/10/25/david-week-10/

Placing Animals:  https://environmentalgeography.wordpress.com/2017/11/08/david-week-12/



Digital Portfolio: Miranda

December 17, 2017

Week 1:


Week 2:

I added the class week 2

Week 3:


Week 4:


Week 5 (Read the book in one week, so only made one post):


Week 6 (Read the book in one week, so only made one post):


Week 7:


Week 8: Thanksgiving Break

Week 9: Krygier ‘s House

Week 10:


Week 11: Apparently I choose not to post on this book

Week 12: Apparently I choose not to post on this book

Week 13:


Week 14:

N/A- Presented with a kick ass Powerpoint

Current Events:

All attached to weekly blog post except for:


Project Proposal:



Digital Portfolio–Daniel Delatte

December 14, 2017

Wk1: Introduction

Wk2: Cronon “The Trouble with Wilderness” + Sullivan The Meadowlands

Wk3: Desert Solitaire Edward Abbey

Wk4: Bruckner: The Fanaticism of the Apocalypse: Save the Earth, Punish Human Beings

Wk5: Nature Attitudes Since the Ancient Times

Wk6: Nature: Western Attitudes Since Ancient Times pt. 2

Wk8: Eating Animals Review and Current Event

Wk9: Environment & Society Response

Wk10: Fall Break

Wk11: Dinner @ House

Wk12: Environment & Society pt. 2

Wk13: Placing Animals

Wk14: What We Think About When We Try Not to Think About Global Warming

Project Proposal: Project Outreach Proposal



Evelynn Wyatt Digital Portfolio

December 14, 2017

Week 2:


Week 3:


Week 4:


Week 5: Presented

Week 6: Presented

Week 7:


Week 8: Thanksgiving Break

Week 9: Fieldtrip to Krygier-Haus/House of Pets and Glowing Rocks

Week 10:


Week 11:


Week 12: n/a

Week 13:



Presentation Notes

Week 5:


Week 6:



Current Events










Project Updates



Collin Rastetter’s Digital Portfolio

December 14, 2017

W2: Sullivan “The Meadowlands” and current event

W3: Abbey “Desert Solitaire” and current event

W4: Bruckner “The Fanaticism of the Apocalypse” and current event (I presented)

W5: Coates “Nature” Part 1 and current event 

W6: Coates “Nature” Part 2 and current event

W7: Foer “Eating Animals” and current event

W8: Fall Break, No class meeting or blog post

W9: Dinner at Dr. Krygier’s House, No blog post

W10: Robbins et al. “Environment and Society” Part 1 and current event

W11: Robbins et al. “Environment and Society” Part 2 and current event

W12: Urbanik “Placing Animals”

W13: Stoknes “What We Think About When We Try Not To Think About Climate Change,” I didn’t make a blog post for this reading

Project Proposal

Notes for my presentation of Bruckner’s “The Fanaticism of the Apocalypse”:

Quotes and Discussion Questions:

To begin, do you think that environmentalism is constantly preaching catastrophe, and if so, is this worth criticizing?

Do you believe that climate change activism is more about the planet or about ourselves, and if it is the latter, in what way is it about ourselves?

Do you find that climate change alarmism and natural disaster coverage actually hinders any realistic approaches to combatting climate change? Are we desensitized by being exposed to this alarmism on a regular basis? ,

Bruckner draws many parallels between environmentalism and Christianity, do you think that was an accurate comparison? Does environmentalism treat humankind as “fallen”?

What is your thoughts on Latour’s suggestion that we make a Senate that includes nature among its representatives, and how would that even work? (page 84)

Do you believe that combatting climate change requires us to embrace a simpler, ascetic lifestyle. If so, do you believe it will be enough to change anything at this point?

In terms of the environment, do we owe future generations anything?

As Bruckner alludes to, is it possible that it is a contradiction to preach catastrophe and concern for the future of humanity at the same time?