(And in September I took a stab at explaining why “You can’t buy a better agriculture” for Al Jazeera English)
Over the past year or so:
Stan Cox in the Washington Post on “D.C. without A.C.“
New York Times: “No Air-Conditioning, and Happy“
Kevin Canfield on Losing Our Cool in the Los Angeles Times
A review by Mother Nature Network, which named Losing Our Cool one of the “Ten must-read environmental books of 1010”
David Owen in The New Yorker on “The Efficiency Dilemma” (Dec. 20-27, 2010; sorry, subscription-only)
An interview with Ryan Brown of Salon.com
The A/C dilemma in the Persian Gulf
Chicago Sun-Times (pdf): Mark Brown tries to convince his wife to turn off the A/C
Hear “Chilling Facts About Air Conditioners“, a one-hour interview and call-in with Stan Cox on the NPR program On Point
The downside of A/C on NPR’s Here and Now
Watch the KSN-TV report, also seen on the Weather Channel and NBC affiliates across the U.S.
Hear “Life without Air-Conditioning” on The Takeaway
Cox on the A/C life in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution
More on keeping cool from Yes! magazine
Tom Condon on Losing Our Cool in the Hartford Courant
With National Geographic News Watch
Rob Sharp in The Independent (UK): Cold Comfort
Cox answers adversaries via CounterPunch
Does this A/C make me look fat?
The Wichita Eagle on Losing Our Cool
Losing Our Cool interview: video on MSNBC
A review by the Dallas Morning News
An article on Losing Our Cool in the Boston Globe.
Q&A on A/C in the business world, in the New York Post
Jason Zasky talks with Cox: Failure magazine
Interview with the Belgrave Trust
A Minneapolis Star-Tribune interview
Glenn Beck doesn’t want to hear about turning off the A/C
Nevada shaped by fans of A/C: the Las Vegas Sun
TIME on the history of air-conditioning
An interview with the National Post‘s Joe O’Connor
Macleans: How Air-Conditioning Changed the World
An A/C Q&A with Discovery’s Planet Green
How to stay cool without A/C even in America’s hot zones
A CBC Radio interview
Stan Cox in the Hartford Courant: Air-Conditioning is Sapping Our Society
Paul Cox: “Birth of the Air Conditioner“
Read Chapter 1 here
Publisher’s Weekly reviews Losing Our Cool.
A review in the Cleveland Plain Dealer
A Globe and Mail interview on staying cool in Canada
An essay written by Stan Cox for Powell’s Books: “In Making Our Own Weather, Have We Remade Ourselves?”.
A May 19 story in the Salina Journal.