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'The Weight of Nature:' An author interview with Clayton Page Aldern

The book cover of "The Weight of Nature" by Clayton Page Aldern.
The book cover of "The Weight of Nature" by Clayton Page Aldern.

The Earth's changing climate, from hotter days to more dangerous weather events, could be impacting our brains in ways we are only just learning about.

Clayton Page Aldern, a journalist who also holds a master's degree in neuroscience and public policy, delves into this issue in his new book, "The Weight of Nature: How a Changing Climate Changes Our Brains." He joined Idaho Matters to talk more.

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