In Conservation, Mystery

Click on the image to the right to get the full story of a conservation whodunnit.  After linking to Felicity Barringer’s investigative story on the scuttling of a trash reduction plan for one of the world’s most iconic national parks (really, Coca Cola?), some other conservation-focused articles seem worthy of attention.

The New Yorker has a deliciously quirky approach to covering environmental issues, and this one is representative.  It delivers on multiple fronts, reading like a detective story while also informing about one of those before it’s too late topics.

But finally, and very deeply, it is a human interest story, with more than a touch of Conrad’s Heart of Darkness.

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