Category Archives: Climate

Congress and Dirty Air

Politics is simply – too political. There is so much effort taken to ensure election permanency, that there appears to be little time to drive agendas that would embrace a national benefit. In the process of building the necessary campaign … Continue reading

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The Muddled Distinction between Environment and Profit

Just as beauty is in the eyes of the beholder, so too, is value. Each of us understands our dependency on nature as the supplier of the proper environmental conditions to enable the availability of all of the raw materials … Continue reading

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The Realities of a Book Review

Completing the writing of Connecting Two Worlds was both physically and mentally therapeutic. Physically, because during recovery from surgery, I had ample time for tasks that required little physical exertion. It turned out that I was only partially correct. Writing … Continue reading

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