LIZA FIELD: Turning in Your Grave

On no subject are our ideas more warped and pitiable than on death.  —John Muir  Where do we go after dying? The ancient spiritual question has also become a practical, ecological one today—and autumn is a ripe time to ask. Where should our remains go in a world increasingly crowded by human effects? Atmosphere, water, land: … Continue reading LIZA FIELD: Turning in Your Grave