Keeping It Simple: Scientist Uses Haiku to Explain Climate Change

Greg Johnson, an oceanographer with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, was inspired to turn dense science into elegant poetry...

We burn more carbon

Air warms for decades—

But seas...for millennia.

Give voice, Nexus poet

Speak now, even shout aloud

Time is running out

Here's my Climate Change Haiku

Tags: Climate Destabilization, eco-poetry

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I write haiku too. / A non-traditional kind. / Not about the climate.

English, our language, / Has two excellent uses. / Poetry and fraud.

When does desire end? / Said the centenarian, / "I will let you know."


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