Into the Unkown

Yesterday was bright and sunny, the sky deep blue, and the ridges of trees and grass on both sides of the path were iridescent green. It was a new trail to a new place, and as we climbed the fence to start our hike I was suddenly struck by that joyous feeling of stepping into…

If Harvard and NREL say it, it must be true . . .

It’s getting to be common knowledge that industrial wind projects (“farms”) don’t lower greenhouse gases or fossil fuel use. Though they destroy the environment and ruin communities and families, they do provide huge profits (paid by taxpayers) for the oil and energy companies that own them. There have been hundreds of scientific studies proving that…

Mahalo from Paradise . . .

It’s been great to wander Hawaii again for a book tour that has hit every major island but Lanai (there is no bookstore there). However I will be visiting with Friends of Lanai later this spring and know the island well — it plays a major role in Saving Paradise. It’s amazing how unique each island is,…