April 15, 2013:He preached sermons in a Nebraska church and performed weddings and funerals, but this Baptist minister is also a professional land agent helping pave the way for the proposed Keystone XL tar sands pipeline.
March 18, 2013:Scientist, poet, and cancer survivor Eva Saulitis says that orcas saved her life. If only she could return the favor.
"The Woman Who Loves Orcas"
(March 17, 2013):
Thanks to everyone for the kind words about this piece. It was an amazing and challenging story to report and write. I'm eternally grateful to Eva for her willingness to be so open and emotionally honest with me. The work... Read More >
December 7, 2012:Nebraska officials hired a company to review Keystone XL that has done business with TransCanada and touts itself as helping energy companies overcome government regulation to do “what they do best -- delivering oil.”
July 21, 2012:John Bolenbaugh, the oil worker who claims he was fired for blowing the whistle on a top-down cover-up that followed the 2010 spill of more than a million gallons of tar sands crude in Michigan, has made good on his vow to... read more >
July 10, 2012:Investigators blame Enbridge’s 'culture of deviance' for the worst oil spill in Midwestern history but fail to address the role of tar sands crude in escalating the danger and toxic aftermathThe rupture of an underground... read more >
June 20, 2012:Thirty-five years ago today, a national recession and high fuel prices led to the opening of the massive, controversial Trans-Alaska Pipeline System -- and a host of problems and pollution that came with it. Sound familiar?“... read more >
Ted Genoways is OnEarth's editor-at-large and a six-time National Magazine Award winner as former editor-in-chief of the Virginia Quarterly Review. The recipient of a 2010 Guggenheim fellowship, he has contributed to magazines ranging from Outside to Mother Jones, and his work...Ted Genoways is OnEarth's editor-at-large and a six-time National Magazine Award winner as former editor-in-chief of the Virginia Quarterly Review. The recipient of a 2010 Guggenheim fellowship, he has contributed to magazines ranging from Outside to Mother Jones, and his work has appeared in the Best American Travel Writing series.MoreClose