Ben Goldfarb

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.

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The Environmental Fight That is More Important Than Keystone XL That Nobody is Talking About

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When You Mess With Salmon, You're Messing With Alaskans

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America Was So Close to Huge Climate Change Laws 3 Years Ago — So Why Did Congress Give Up On the Environment?

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The Real War on Christmas: An Arctic Holiday Poem

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Doha Climate Conference: Youth Activists Battle the Status Quo in UN Event

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Who won the presidential debate: Obama, Without a Doubt. Also, Bayonets

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Final Presidential Debate: In Foreign Policy Debate, Candidates Should Address Food Security

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Mitt Romney RNC Speech Preview: What Romney Could Say to Win in 2012, But Will Not

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Obama Sells Out to Coal Lobby in Order to Win Ohio Swing State Voters

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Creationists Make Up 46% of America, and That's a Scary Thought

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Post-Fukushima, 80% of Japanese Are Against Nuclear Energy: Should Japan Shut Down its Reactors?

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The Real Reason that Eating Meat is Ethical

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Why Earth Day 2012 Should Be Renamed Gulf Day

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Oil Companies Like Shell Should Not Be Allowed to Drill in the Arctic Until They Create New Cleanup Methods

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How Cruise Ships Like the Costa Concordia Destroy the Environment

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How Much Is An Ecosystem Worth? In Dollars, More Than the Keystone XL Pipeline

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Blame Farm Subsidies, Not Nutritionists, For America's Obesity Problem

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Hydrofracking Poses Serious Risks to Human Health

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The Most Important Environmental Events in 2011

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Occupy Wall Street Should Target Environmental Offenders