Tag Archives: nature

I am a nature-loving person

If you’ve read my book on climate change, then you know that the first piece of writing of mine to gather any attention was a letter I penned in fourth grade to the prime minister of Japan, begging his country … Continue reading

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Cue the Emperor of the North

I’m falling in love with the cove. Part of that is recognizing that, at least at present, I’m better off walking than running. I’m capable of the 2-mile jog past the water that I did last year forty or fifty … Continue reading

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Untamable Nature

It turns out that the sea floor was moved laterally during the recent Japanese earthquake by a little less than 80 feet. People have been wondering, during the recent jag of extreme tectonic events (Haiti, Peru, Japan), whether some connection … Continue reading

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