"How the US Armed Forces show us what the future looks like" -- I argue that the national security/climate change nexus presents a clear + present danger that the military is already battling.
The Los Angeles Times reviews Unlikely Ally. in February 2019
"My Letter of Resignation Was an Entire Issue of a National Magazine" -- a personal essay about how I quit my job.
Read about the soundtrack to this story.
This 2006 profile of Camp Pendleton's Major General Michael Lehnert was the first step in what ultimately became Unlikely Ally: How the military fights climate change and protects the environment.
It wasn't easy corralling venture capitalists, scientists, politicians, and environmentalists for a solutions-oriented conversation but I did it.
SANDRA DAY O'CONNOR
HANS JURGEN SYBERBERG
These early conversations (mostly for New Perspectives Quarterly 1988-1993 but also for Mother Jones) shaped the way I understand power and its attendant responsibilities; wisdom and creativity and how these gifts can remake the world; and how rare humility is. My later profiles focused deliberately on people out of the spotlight who are, nonetheless, fighting the good fight and making a difference.