After a Hundred Years of the Park Service, What's Next?Published by The New Yorker.
He was the son of a sea captain and an El Salvadoran heiress, and he brought science to the national parks. Remembering George Melendez Wright on the centennial of the National Park Service.
Are Conservationists Worrying Too Much About Climate Change?Published by The New Yorker.
Spoiler alert: no. But poaching and habitat loss pose more immediate threats to biodiversity.
What 'Frankenstein' Says About Climate ChangePublished by The Atlantic.
The 200-year-old novel is a testament to the innovation that can spring from environmental disaster.