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The northwest passage : Live without dead time

Climbing Mt. Holmes
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Climbing Mt. Holmes

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Norris Geyser Basin
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Norris Geyser Basin

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Norris Geyser Fields
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Norris Geyser Fields

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

First Bison Sighting
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

First Bison Sighting

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Passing the Grand Tetons
Wyoming/Idaho border - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Passing the Grand Tetons

Wyoming/Idaho border - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Sunrise in Rexburg
Rexburg, Idaho - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Sunrise in Rexburg

Rexburg, Idaho - © Diego Cupolo 2014

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My latest piece for Upside Down World:“The thing that’s missing [from mainstream media coverage] is that the Honduran government itself is a terrifying, dangerous and violent government backed by the United States,” Dana Frank said during a phone interview in July. “We’re, once again, supporting a repressive regime in Latin America and people are fleeing it. So it’s not like we can say ‘oh, that’s their problem down there.’ We are directly responsible, in part, for the ‘problem’ of Honduran kids fleeing.”

My latest piece for Upside Down World:

“The thing that’s missing [from mainstream media coverage] is that the Honduran government itself is a terrifying, dangerous and violent government backed by the United States,” Dana Frank said during a phone interview in July. “We’re, once again, supporting a repressive regime in Latin America and people are fleeing it. So it’s not like we can say ‘oh, that’s their problem down there.’ We are directly responsible, in part, for the ‘problem’ of Honduran kids fleeing.”

Sunday Afternoon in Salt Lake City
American Airlines lost my bag so I went for a walk downtown. The streets were empty except for a hooker who asked to use my phone to call her daughter. 
When she finished, I asked her where I could find some food and she pointed me to a terrific $3 burrito stand outside a car dealership. After the meal, I was covered in grease and no longer mad American Airlines charged me $25 extra to leave my bag to California. Hello Utah.
Salt Lake City, Utah - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Sunday Afternoon in Salt Lake City

American Airlines lost my bag so I went for a walk downtown. The streets were empty except for a hooker who asked to use my phone to call her daughter.

When she finished, I asked her where I could find some food and she pointed me to a terrific $3 burrito stand outside a car dealership. After the meal, I was covered in grease and no longer mad American Airlines charged me $25 extra to leave my bag to California. Hello Utah.

Salt Lake City, Utah - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Over Los Angeles
Los Angeles, California - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Over Los Angeles

Los Angeles, California - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Over San Bernardino
San Bernardino, California - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Over San Bernardino

San Bernardino, California - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Flying over the Grand Canyon
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Flying over the Grand Canyon

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Bigelow Hollow State Park
Union, Connecticut - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Bigelow Hollow State Park

Union, Connecticut - © Diego Cupolo 2014

The Mermaid Parade
Coney Island, Brooklyn - © Diego Cupolo 2014

The Mermaid Parade

Coney Island, Brooklyn - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Last Days in Bensonhurst
Bensonhurst, Brooklyn - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Last Days in Bensonhurst

Bensonhurst, Brooklyn - © Diego Cupolo 2014

Coffee and Climate Change
I’ll be on the WPFW 89.3 in Washington DC at 1 pm today to speak about the impacts of climate change on coffee harvests in Latin America. Tune in and listen to me rant about worn out economic models: http://www.wpfwfm.org/radio/
My original article on upsidedownworld.org: http://upsidedownworld.org/main/international-archives-60/4881-from-mexico-to-brazil-climate-change-threatens-coffee-growers-in-latin-america

Coffee and Climate Change

I’ll be on the WPFW 89.3 in Washington DC at 1 pm today to speak about the impacts of climate change on coffee harvests in Latin America. Tune in and listen to me rant about worn out economic models: http://www.wpfwfm.org/radio/

My original article on upsidedownworld.org: http://upsidedownworld.org/main/international-archives-60/4881-from-mexico-to-brazil-climate-change-threatens-coffee-growers-in-latin-america