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: 2011-07-20T05:32:04-07:00
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.
Post date: 2011-07-06T07:00:00-07:00
What's 100 years old on July 6th, and also 100,000 years old? Devils Postpile National Monument. In its two sets of ages, lies a fascinating story about the relationship between the landmark's geology and its human history.
Post date: 2011-06-22T07:00:00-07:00
Drug Cartels are turning our national forests into marijuana plantations, devastating these treasured wildlands
Post date: 2011-06-15T07:00:00-07:00
Can President Obama use the environment as a wedge issue in the 2012 campaign? Here's how he might.
Post date: 2011-06-08T07:00:00-07:00
Republicans once again are attacking America's sacred wildlands, using its anti-immigrant rhetoric as cover for its assault on critical federal environmental protections.
Post date: 2011-06-01T07:00:00-07:00
A program of the American Hiking Society, the day was established in 1993 to build public interest in and support for the more than 200,000 miles of trails that crisscross the United States.