Moving Out of the City Made Me an Environmentalist

I have lived near some of the largest cities on Earth, including Tokyo, New York City, Houston, and Miami. For my entire life, I was surrounded by a mass of humanity. I told my wife when we first met that I was a city boy, and I wanted to live in the concrete jungle.

In Tokyo, there is a peculiar orange tower that stands near the center of the city that is simply named Tokyo…

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