Ben Goldfarb is a recent graduate of the Yale School of Forestry, where he received a Masters of Environmental Management and served as editor of Sage Magazine. Ben's writing on environmental issues has appeared in publications such as The Guardian, OnEarth Magazine, and Green Futures Magazine.
The Environmental Fight That is More Important Than Keystone XL That Nobody is Talking About
When You Mess With Salmon, You're Messing With Alaskans
America Was So Close to Huge Climate Change Laws 3 Years Ago — So Why Did Congress Give Up On the Environment?
The Real War on Christmas: An Arctic Holiday Poem
Doha Climate Conference: Youth Activists Battle the Status Quo in UN Event
Who won the presidential debate: Obama, Without a Doubt. Also, Bayonets
Final Presidential Debate: In Foreign Policy Debate, Candidates Should Address Food Security
Mitt Romney RNC Speech Preview: What Romney Could Say to Win in 2012, But Will Not
Obama Sells Out to Coal Lobby in Order to Win Ohio Swing State Voters
Creationists Make Up 46% of America, and That's a Scary Thought
Post-Fukushima, 80% of Japanese Are Against Nuclear Energy: Should Japan Shut Down its Reactors?
The Real Reason that Eating Meat is Ethical
Why Earth Day 2012 Should Be Renamed Gulf Day
Oil Companies Like Shell Should Not Be Allowed to Drill in the Arctic Until They Create New Cleanup Methods
How Cruise Ships Like the Costa Concordia Destroy the Environment
How Much Is An Ecosystem Worth? In Dollars, More Than the Keystone XL Pipeline
Blame Farm Subsidies, Not Nutritionists, For America's Obesity Problem
Hydrofracking Poses Serious Risks to Human Health
Occupy Wall Street Should Target Environmental Offenders
Tough Smog Rules Would Create Jobs, Not Kill Them