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Fire and water: how switching to a natural fire regime in the Sierra could benefit humans, plants, and animals while reducing risk of catastrophic losses

New in EHP: Hospitals and Climate Change: Can they survive tomorrow's disasters to stay open when we need them most?

Five of my news articles on environmental health research reprinted in EHP Chinese Edition

Little ditty on fire-safe landscaping in Sonoma magazine

New in EHP: Air Pollution and Suicide, Plus More of My Stories Translated to Chinese

The (continued) return of the northern fur seal to the Farallones

The emerging field of planetary health

Fire management and living shorelines in Estuary News

The Karuk, the Hmong, and the immigrant urban farmers

I co-wrote a long article on the history of the California Coastal Conservancy...

Press Democrat runs my bike-builder feature on front of Sunday SonomaLife section

Can the University of California go Carbon-Neutral by 2025?

Flavors of Fire: Assessing the Relative Toxicity of Smoke from Different Types of Wildfires

A pair of stories on Berkeley research

Does low-level arsenic exposure cause diabetes? New EHP study says maybe.

Bike-builders feature on the cover of this month's Sonoma magazine

Two new articles in EHP

Q&A with Lisa Micheli of Pepperwood Preserve

Brains for buildings, packaged in a smart briefcase

More in EHP: Traditional Ecological Knowledge offers a different perspective on environmental health

New in EHP: Ubiquitous plastic additive DEHP alters sexual behavior in mice