Stories by Keith Schneider

Keith Schneider, an environmental writer and former national correspondent for the New York Times, is program director of the Michigan Land Use Institute, a 2,200-member research and advocacy organization he co-founded in 1995. Schneider's work and other examples of the Institute's first-rate environmental journalism can be viewed at subscribe to Keith Schneider's feed

Posted on: Oct 4, 2010, Source: Yale Environment 360

As domestic U.S. pools of conventional oil and gas dwindle, energy companies are increasingly turning to 'unconventional' fossil fuel reserves and that's going to be disastrous.

Posted on: Apr 4, 2009, Source: Yale Environment 360

Steadily rising temperatures in south Australia and the recent drought may signal a permanent climate shift.

Posted on: Oct 29, 2002, Source:

Residents of Mecosta County, Mich., took their abundant and pure supply of fresh drinking water for granted until the bottled water giant came and tried to take it away.

Posted on: Jan 8, 2002, Source:

The debate on national security and energy use may reshape American politics and economics. And bever before has the environmental community had the opportunity to play such an influential role in deciding the outcome.