“Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry, and narrow-mindedness, and many of our people need it sorely on these accounts. Broad, wholesome, charitable views of men and things cannot be acquired by vegetating in one littleContinue reading
Lessons from the Hanalei Watershed Hui.
I’m creeping through a forest in Gabon. Chasing elephants. Dangerous, enormous elephants.
In 2010, I went to India to develop the capacity of an NGO there. We ended up uncovering an illegal logging ring that had to be dealt with. This week’s blog is hosted at National Geographic.
“I’d like to highlight some of the weird or exciting activities and habits that have come along during my first five months at the Nicholas School.”
The Duke Lemur Center is a magical oasis of Madagascan paradise (which just means it’s a nice spot in Duke Forest that happens to have some lemurs in it) where I get to spend some of my time.
While studying abroad in Namibia in 2007, stray weld sparks set off a blaze at Tripp’s field camp. This is the story of trying to fight a fire in the desert without water.