This is the latest addition to Holly’s column ”Seeing Green.” You can find the original post in The Stanford Daily here. When I was small, the word “desert” conjured images of towering Saharan dunes: windswept sand punctuated by rare oases, the only sign of life an occasional animal track quickly buried by the next [...]
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This is the latest installment of Holly’s column ”Seeing Green” Most of my fieldwork in New Zealand took me inland, up to the mountains alongside the spectacular route traced by the TranzAlpine rail line. The route is popular among tourists for its views of the Southern Alps: each morning, a ten-car passenger train studded [...]
Seeing Green: The Extremity Exchange
By Holly Moeller. Holly Moeller is a graduate student in Ecology and Evolution.
CHRISTCHURCH, N.Z. I’d been in New Zealand two days, and there’d been two shark attacks in Australian waters. The latest victim, a good-looking snorkeling guide who seemed remarkably cheerful about the whole business (“Must have great pain meds,” my hostess said), couldn’t wait for his arm to heal so he [...]
Moving Forward: Seeing Green: Blue, green and the color of corporate personhood
By Holly Moeller. Holly is a graduate student in Ecology and Evolution.
In case you missed it, this article was originally published on December 7th around the time of Stanford’s Occupy activity. As this quarter gears up again, remember Holly’s powerful connection between environmental responsibility and equity. We look forward to a great quarter blogging! – – – Let me begin by [...]