Thomas Friedman is an author and a columnist for The New York Times who has frequently written about environmental issues. As a reporter for that paper, he specialized in OPEC- and oil-related news, and his columns in recent years have focused on the threat posed by global warming. A column he wrote earlier this year, “Mother Nature’s Dow,” drew an especially large amount of attention to the factors that are escalating the effects and magnitude of climate change.
He’s currently a foreign affairs columnist for the New York Times, and a famous author and journalist. He has won the Pulitzer prize three times. His books include “From Beirut to Jerusalem”, “The Lexus and the Olive Tree”, “Longitudes and Attitudes: Exploring the World after September 11”, and “The World is Flat”. He is well-known for his coverage of the Middle east and environmental issues. His webpage is below, and the attached Wikipedia page offers a brief exploration of some of the controversies around him.
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