montaigne : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n French writer regarded as the originator of the modern essay (1533-1592)
News & Articles
- Guest Post: Melting Ice And Freezing Fossil Fuels Ambitions
Submitted by James Stafford via OilPrice.com , It’s not mere anecdotal evidence: Visibly melting sea ice is the best evidence that the planet is warming. So prospecting for oil in the Arctic is a tricky endeavor that must be undertaken slowly and with extreme caution, argues Fen Montaigne, senior editor of Yale Environment 360 , author of “ Fraser’s Penguins: A Journey to the Future in ...
June 27, 2013 - Zero Hedge
- Global warming and the politics of fossil fuel
We’re not going to be able to transition to a non-fossil-fuel economy overnight, Fen Montaigne, senior editor of Yale Environment 360, said in an interview with OilPrice.com. But if you keep approving tar sands projects, or massive pipelines, or drilling in the Arctic, when does it stop?
June 26, 2013 - The Christian Science Monitor
- Guillaume Apollinaire in The Guardian
In an account for the Petit Journal, the poet Guillaume Apollinaire wrote: "On Avenue Montaigne people organised pleasure tours by boat. For two sous, you pass by the smartest hotels and photographers will take your picture as a flood victim for the...
- Christopher Klim in PR Web (press release)
The Montaigne Medal is an integral part of the annual Hoffer Awards for books and prose,said Christopher Klim, award winning author and Chair of the Eric Hoffer Awards.