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The Climate Stew Apocalypse Tour Begins

I hope you have been enjoying the Climate Stew podcast with Timothy Meadows and That Day in Climate History and Marvin Bloom with his oddball take on climate deniers. The podcast is not what anyone might expect of a program that addresses global warming–it’s actually funny and we hope entertaining. And it is short–13 minutes or less.

If you like the podcast, than you might be ready for the live theater version in the new one-person comedy–Does This Apocalypse Make Me Look Fat? Marvin and Meadows both appear and I tell stories about myself and my family (mostly with their consent) to present a show that honestly looks at climate change and other crises small and large we have faced, but does so with comedy.

The show premieres on October 15 at Susquehanna University, and then I will take it on the road across North America with stops in Iowa, Minnesota, Portland, and more. Check out the tour schedule to see if I will be coming your way or near one of your friends.

Through the show, the podcast, and our blog here at Climate Stew, we want to contribute to an on-going conversation about environmental justice, human rights, and practical and creative approaches to global warming as we discover our roles on a new and changing planet.

Please share with us your thoughts, insights, concerns, questions, and hopes. Leave a comment or contact us directly.

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Peterson Toscano

Author: Peterson Toscano

Peterson Toscano is a quirky queer Quaker concerned about Climate Change. His website is www.petersontoscano.com

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