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Stories by Michelle Nijhuis
Michelle Nijhuis lives just outside Paonia, Colo. (pop. 1,500), on a high and dry mesa.
A Peak Oil Prophet Imagines Life in America After Wal-Mart
Posted on: Jul 8, 2008, Source: Grist.org
James Howard Kunstler's new novel describes a small town in upstate NY where a chain of global crises has forced the community to fend for itself.
The Eternal Summer Reading List
Posted on: Mar 14, 2006, Source: Grist.org
Three new books put the spotlight on our warming world. Are they a sign that the world has begun to accept climate change?
The (Recycled) Envelope Please...Part 2
Posted on: Apr 25, 2004, Source: Grist.org
Margie Eugene-Richard of Louisiana battled Shell on behalf of her neighborhood; Rudolf Amenga-Etego beats back the privatization of Ghana's water supply.
The (Recycled) Envelope Please...
Posted on: Apr 18, 2004, Source: Grist.org
The winners of the Goldman Awards -- the Nobel Prize of the environmental movement -- are announced; two women from India discuss their battle with DOW chemical corporation and their plans for the $125,000 award.
Roadside Help With a Smaller Footprint
Posted on: Feb 19, 2003, Source: Grist.org
A new group is providing a greener alternative--and some competition--to the venerable roadside assistance organization Triple A.
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