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Friday, April 16, 2021


U.S. must change wasteful ways

Peering down from his aerial perch aboard a red Cessna, J. Michael Fay surveyed the African continent in panoramic splendor.To the untrained eye, the digital images he captured from several hundred feet in the air seem to reveal a breathtaking utopia, nature at its most pristine: rolling desert dunes, jagged mountain ranges, spreading plains dotted with antelope and bison and rivers teeming with hippopotamuses.

From Fay's experienced vantage point, however, the human footprint was evident everywhere. And it's growing by leaps and bounds.

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