Award-winning journalist & author of environmental books. Investigative reporter, columnist, &. mng. editor of the green-building site Solaripedia, public speaker. Sketch artist. firstname.lastname@example.org
From Vacant to Verdant
Parks & Recreation story on vacant properties being redesigned and developed into parks and lively urban spaces
The Splice of Life
An early commentary on the promise and perils of genetically engineered products.
What Gaia Hath Wrought
Twenty years ago, scientist James Lovelock sparked a furor with his concept of the "Gaia Hypothesis." Since then, the controversial idea has filtered into the mainstream as earth systems science.
Mudslinging on the Earth Beat
Once the Rodney Dangerfield of journalism, environmental reportage now gets some respect.
Volleyball: How high can it rise?
The sport's appeal has widened, drawing a new base of fans since the Olympics spotlighted women's volleyball events in Beijing and beyond.
What fuels will power the cars and trucks of the future?
Sense & sustainability
So called 'green architecture' goes back centuries to Roman, Greek and native civilizations. Two thousand years ago, 'solar access rights' were written into Roman law.