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    Trace One


    there seemed to be some interest in the oil spill, and since the environmental review process is integral to many aspects of our profession, I just wanted to post the rolling stone article on the spill – it is an absolute must read, as far as I am concerned. This article actually has FACTS – a rarity in the news these days!

    Mike G

    I was just wondering what happened to investigative journalism. Thanks for the post.

    Roland Beinert
    Trace One

    hee! thanks Roland!


    Thank you for posting this article. I will soak it up just like hay does with oil (Sorry could not resist).

    Here is my contribution. Timothy Egan is an amazing writer of landscapes and lifestyles, not quite on the masterful scale of JB Jackson, or Barry Lopez, but still a heavyweight in my humble opinion.

    He penned this column for the New York Times today. It seems to speak to, and question, a lot of the well-founded opinions and the lesser foaming-at-the-mouth rants found in the earlier Oil Spill discussion, which is now closed.

    For the few of you (and you know who you are) who expressed viewpoints on how one might benefit, profiteer, exploit (substitute your own greed based verb) from the greatest environmental calamity of our time, or any other recorded time before, shame on you.

    To absolve you of your guilt and shame or to those who have more integrity and soul and want to feel less helpless and inconsequential,

    Make a contribution. Here is how.

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