Rhino Named SUDAN
What has slowly emerged for me as a journalist covering conflict after conflict for over a decade is a conviction that these stories about the human condition cannot be separated from stories about the natural world. We inhabit an intricate web, and the outcome of almost every story is always dependent on nature.
Today, I use nature as a foil to talk about our home – its past, present, and future. In a field that tends to emphasize difference and focus on conflict, my mission has been to tell stories that remind us of our interconnectedness, of how much we share, rather than simply emphasize our differences.