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When Susie Seidelman, The Johnson Foundation’s Environment Program Associate, needed to be at home to meet the meter replacement technician, I asked her to turn it into a learning adventure for...

I invited Susie Seidelman, The Johnson Foundation’s Environment Program Associate, to provide a brief glimpse of her interesting work as a fellow with PLACES, a program that helps philanthropic professionals understand...

If you read my last entry, you know how I’m feeling about GHG emissions, climate change, and a few of the things we’re doing at home to try to reduce our...

January is the time of year for goal-setting and resolutions. I’m certainly no stranger to setting annual fitness goals, and through years of trial, error, and small successes I have hands-on...

In reflecting on the Clean Water Act’s 40th anniversary this fall I wrote a number of columns about life before the Act, and why we should appreciate and continue to defend...

I love underdogs, especially ones with gumption. This is why the story of reclaiming the Los Angeles River immediately drew me in, even before I knew that it had been made...

Two days ago, just in time for the American high holy day of Halloween, Marc and I returned from a vacation spent with my mother and her husband, Helen and Bob...

Today’s the day. The 40th anniversary of the passage of the Clean Water Act. Among those of us professional environmentalists, there has been a lot of attention given to this anniversary,...

Fall is always a busy season which, for me, generally includes a disorienting amount of travel and meetings, all of which is intensified by the exciting conversations and insightful people I...

At a recent Wingspread meeting, David Sedlak of UC-Berkeley made mention of “sewer scalping”.  My ears twitched, adjusting to make sure I didn’t miss anything.  David is professor of Civil and...