environmentalist

SUNY ESF
We eulogize Mother Earth as we draw attention to an ever-growing problem on our planet: littering.

Michael Branch — a desert-dwelling and award-winning environmental essayist who "writes like a drunken professorial hillbilly" — shows us that humor can, and should, have a place in communicating conservation's weightier issues. (Photo courtesy of Michael Branch)

Planet Forward Correspondent | University of Wisconsin-Madison
Michael Branch — an award-winning environmental essayist who "writes like a drunken professorial hillbilly" — shows us that humor can, and should, have a place in communicating conservation's weightier issues.
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
"Silent Spring,” the book that led to the eruption of environmentalism in the ’60s and resulted in a government ban of the pesticide DDT, is widely remembered as having a deep impact on America. 
Green is my least favorite color. It’s so earthy and natural, so timid and soft, so conservative. Sure, neon green can be evil, as the menacing “M” on the front of a Monster energy drink attests to. Green can even be creepy, or gross: when was the... Read More