Straightforward solutions exist. National Geographic
The same pesticides linked with bee declines might also threaten birds, in Audubon.
The Gorillas Dian Fossey Saved
About the primatologist’s legacy and what more gorillas in a small space mean for Rwanda. In National Geographic.
Nearly a Billion People Still Defecate in the Outdoors. Here’s Why
My feature about India’s struggle to shift the cultural preference of many millions — in National Geographic.
The Compost King
About converting food scraps to energy, in addition to fertilizer, through anaerobic digestion, in The New York Times Magazine.
The Hidden Rivers of Brooklyn
About the potential for using nature to un-pervert urban hydrology — especially in the Gowanus watershed — in Harper’s magazine. (Email me if you can’t access it.)
Too Good to Waste
On the efforts of campaigner Tristram Stuart to slash the 2.9 trillion pounds of food we annually squander, in National Geographic magazine.
About the mixed blessing of pouch and other flexible plastic packaging, in OnEarth magazine.
The Remains of the Night
Sex, trash, and nature in the city.
Published at Medium.
Vultures Are Revolting: Here’s Why We Need To Save Them
A feature in National Geographic Magazine on these incredibly charismatic but acutely threatened birds. Amazing photos, of course.
The Grumpy Old Man and the Sea
Profile of author Gary Paulsen, in Outside.