Christina Larson, a former Washington Monthly editor, is an award-winning science journalist who has reported from five continents.
Interior spaces deserve as much scientific inquiry as the wilderness.
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How water scarcity will soon be Asia’s defining crisis.
Dear Kevin: I’m in Beijing now, but wanted to say — your blogging sanity and clarity is even more appreciated from this distance. I can’t possibly read everything that’s out there, so I’ve had to whittle my Washington-centric reading; you’re tops. I hope you’ll forgive a moment of dog-blogging. This is Hua Hua, a Pekingese… Read more »
Dowd’s Obama Fantasy … I’m still puzzled that Maureen Dowd devoted so many words in her Sunday column to informing readers that she was a messy eater and a fan of good ol’ American BBQ sauce before launching into a discussion of Obama and his staffers’ latest alleged problem: appearing “effete and vaguely foreign —… Read more »