Jack Eidt (jack dot eidt at wilderutopia dot com), Founder and Publisher of WilderUtopia, is a novelist, urban planner, and environmental advocate. In addition to writing regular articles for WilderUtopia, he has published opinion/editorials in various periodicals, including the Los Angeles Times, Orange County Register, Voice of OC, LA Progressive, CityWatch LA, Win:Win Journal, and CounterPunch, and has been featured on Pacifica Radio, NPR, and local public television.
Articles by this author
Monday, March 17, 2014
Boots on the Ground Beat Back Big Oil
Inspired by California’s worst drought in 500 years, record melt of Arctic Sea ice, and worldwide extreme weather events, climate and clean energy marchers have gone into the streets several times this month to demand urgent action on climate change.
Friday, February 28, 2014
For the Climate, for Clean Energy and Healthy Communities: We March
Wild weather, extreme storms, melting of the Arctic glaciers: the pattern is unmistakable. Record drought ravages California and Australia, Typhoon Haiyan kills 6,000 people in the Philippines, 25 out-of-season tornadoes leave a trail of destruction in one Illinois fall day. The climate has officially gone haywire.