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Native San Franciscan David Kupfer has been hiking and biking on Mount Tam and Point Reyes since he was a teenager. He's an environmental activist, consultant, educator, and journalist whose most recent work includes interviews appearing in the January 2011 issue of The Sun and the Dec. 2010/Jan. 2011 issue of The Progressive.

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Huey Johnson takes the long road

June 30, 2013 by David Kupfer

Huey Johnson was the first Nature Conservancy employee west of the Mississippi. He founded the Trust for Public Land. He's still going strong.

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Ernest Callenbach’s Ecotopian Life

July 01, 2012 by David Kupfer

As we prepared this article in April 2012, we were saddened to learn that environmental pioneer Ernest Callenbach passed away at home in Berkeley with his family at his side. We’re honored to publish this interview with the author of “Ecoptia” and other seminal books.

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“Never Give Up!”

January 01, 2011 by David Kupfer

Before Harold Gilliam began his weekly newspaper column in 1960, the category of environmental journalism simply did not exist. For the next 35 years, Gilliam pioneered and perfected the craft of environmental reporting. We talk to him about his career, biggest stories, and how things are different for today's environmental journalists.

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