Char Miller | KCET
Char Miller is the W.M. Keck Professor of Environmental Analysis and History at Pomona College, and among his most recent books are "Not So Golden State: Sustainability vs. the California Dream," "The Nature of Hope: Grassroots Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Political Change," "Public Lands, Public Debates: A Century of Controversy," and "Death Valley National Park: A History."
Post date: 2011-09-14T07:00:00-07:00
Texas is deep in drought and burning up, but, as happened in 1921, a hoped-for hurricane might proved even more deadly.
Post date: 2011-09-07T07:00:00-07:00
Having just gutted its clean-air protections, President Obama insists he unwaveringly supports for the EPA's mission. But he has a funny way of showing it, undercutting the public's health.
Post date: 2011-08-31T07:45:00-07:00
Rep. Joe Baca doesn't understand that the Endangered Species Act actually saves humans from their worst impulses--that's a good thing.
Post date: 2011-08-15T08:15:21-07:00
A reflection on recent deaths at Yosemite National Park through the lens of John Muir's writings.
Post date: 2011-08-03T07:05:00-07:00
Fuel-treatment projects around Big Bear, Lake Arrowhead, and Idyllwild, Mt. Baldy Village and Wrightwood, have been completed but it's not enough.
Post date: 2011-07-20T05:32:04-07:00
It makes sense that the National Park Service just cut down redwoods at the home of our greatest tree hugger, John Muir. And it doesn't. This conflict lies at the heart of the preservationist movement.