Radio interview

There is something amazingly soothing about radio in this age of hyper-information.

I had a had a nice time doing a radio interview about my book with talk-show host Ann Marie Spatharakis on WBLQ of Westerly, Rhode Island. A tape of the interview is available here.

We discussed the desire among many green advocates to travel back in time (careful how you set that dial!), the fact that I’ve been an environmentalist all my life, the distorted view of climactic variability communicated by Al Gore’s temperature graph, and solar variability. Fun!

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About Harold Ambler

I am a lifelong environmentalist. I started my journalism career at The New Yorker, where I worked as a copy editor. Since then, my own work has appeared in The New York Daily News, The National Review Online, The Atlantic Wire, The Huffington Post, The Berkeley Daily Planet, The Providence Journal, Brown Alumni Monthly, The Narragansett Times, Rhode Island Monthly, and Providence Business News.
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