Mark Dowie is a former publisher and editor of Mother Jones magazine and former editor-at-large of InterNation, a transnational feature syndicate based in New York. His recent works include Losing Ground: American Environmentalism at the Close of the Twentieth Century and American Foundations: An Investigative History. He teaches science at the U.C. Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism.
For a Yup'ik village situated on an eroding coastline, it's move it or lose it.
Who and what lies between the mining corporations and the uranium needed to power a nuclear renaissance?
Large conservation groups too often overlook a messy byproduct of wildland protection: People. What do you do with them?
With the privatization of natural resources sweeping the nation like a new dance, it's time to polish up a venerable legal weapon.