Another week, another list of article links.
An Introvert’s Guide to Leadership
Next up, two new "Extinction Countdown" articles for Scientific American, including my favorite headline of the month:
Sexually Deceptive Orchid Seeks Specialty Pollinator
Rising Seas and Pounding Waves Will Threaten 3 Common Pacific Seabirds
The Illegal Timber Trade Is Destroying Myanmar’s Forests and Wildlife
For the First Time, U.S. Considers Declaring a Bee Endangered
Now Palm Oil Is Killing the Frogs
Finally this week, I launched a niche blog to talk about one of my favorite obsessions:
That's it for this time around. Follow me on Twitter for more headlines as they happen or come back here next Monday for another link list!
Monday, September 28, 2015
Monday, September 21, 2015
You won't see any of that in today's article list, though. This week's links are all conservation-oriented. There's some powerful and painful stuff here -- but also a few heroes. Hey, just like comics!
I'll start with my two "Extinction Countdown" articles for Scientific American, this second of which is actually just a link to an interview I did for KCRW radio last week:
Giant Panda Conservation Also Helps Other Unique Species in China
The Polar Bear Photo Seen around the World
I also had three articles out from TakePart, two of which had interesting parallels to each other:
Stress Takes Toll on Elephants Forced to Work in Myanmar’s Timber Industry
Poaching and Illegal Logging Are Wiping Out Ghana’s Birds
Swordfish Industry Ordered to Stop Killing Endangered Whales and Sea Turtles
That's it for this week. I should have several interesting new articles out this coming week. Make sure to follow me on Twitter for links as they happen!
Monday, September 14, 2015
Well, I guess I've had my head down to the keyboard so much that I didn't notice the passage of time. But I did get a lot of writing done, including this week's four new articles. Here they are, starting with my two latest "Extinction Countdown" articles for Scientific American:
Killer Starfish Threaten Fish That Walks on Hand-Like Fins
Israel and Palestine Share a Rapidly Disappearing Gazelle
Also on this week's list, two climate/wildlife related articles for TakePart:
Pacific Northwest Frogs Are a Hop, Skip, and a Jump From Oblivion as Temperatures Rise
The Latest Threat to Bees Stops Them From Smelling the Flowers
More next week!
Monday, September 7, 2015
Let's start the list with those news articles, the first three of which were for TakePart:
Soon Nearly Every Seabird Will Be Flying With a Gut Full of Plastic Trash
Adventurer Is Walking 1,800 Miles to Find Madagascar’s Rarest Lemur
Australia’s Wombats Are Dying in the Worst Way Possible—Could an App Help?
Next up, my latest "Extinction Countdown" article for Scientific American:
Asian Vultures Get Good News Ahead of International Vulture Day
On a related conservation note, here's my first feature for Mongabay:
The Cat Ba Langur: a primate walks the razor’s edge of extinction
And finally this week, here's my latest technology careers article for IEEE's The Institute:
Get Schooled on Startups From a Venture Capitalist Whose Companies Have Never Failed
That's it -- plenty for you to read on the last day of your long weekend.
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