From the monthly archives: November 2012

                      The day I stopped being an environmental writer, I was on a river in Madagascar. Stop.  I hate reading stories like this: the Patagonia catalog, Barry Lopez-Gretel Erlich School of Upper Middle Class Environmentalists Finding Meaning on a $10,000 Trip to a Place No …

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As I prepared to go to New York after Hurricane Sandy, I looked for a piece I wrote for the LA Weekly when Katrina hit.  I had sworn off journalism, but found myself reading the online bulletin board on the Times-Picayune website and weeping uncontrollably, so I called my editors in Los Angeles, who were …

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