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NSA Peeps on Eco-Activists, Enjoy the Firefly Light Show, and Hey, Your iPhone Is Cat-Calling that Bird!onearth.org — NSA scandal goes environmental: Details are still emerging about the extent to which the National Security Agency has been spying on everyone for the last half dozen years, but government documents show that at least some of the justification for snooping has been to prepare for security threats in the wake of environmental disasters like tsunamis, hurricanes, and earthquakes.
onearth.org — Last Friday, as Tropical Storm Andrea bore down on the Carolina coast, I sat in the writing shack I've built behind my house and watched as the storm moved in. The shack sits on the edge of a salt marsh; soon after I entered, the grasses started thrashing wildly.
slate.com — I'm going to keep this brief, because you're not going to stick around for long. I've already lost a bunch of you. For every 161 people who landed on this page, about 61 of you-38 percent-are already gone. You "bounced" in Web traffic jargon, meaning you spent no time "engaging"...
onearth.org — My morning commute from the Jersey suburbs is often fraught with confusion and delay. But this morning was the first time a black bear was to blame. There it was, in the small park just across the street from my train station, perched nervously in the lower branches of a large tree.
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