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2000 Stories by Karen Cook

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  • Natural Capitalism

    published July 18, 2000

    During the WTO blockade in Seattle, Paul Hawken was tear- gassed. He wandered blindly down a street, where he was rescued by Anita Roddick,... More >>

  • Dam Shame

    published March 28, 2000

    What will you do when you learn your Discover Card is indirectly bankrolling an environmental disaster? The people at the More >>

  • Will the Citi Ever Weep?

    published March 28, 2000

    The International Rivers Network's campaign against the Discover Card may represent a first, but it will probably pale in comparison with a... More >>

  • Shock Corridor

    published March 7, 2000

    Eight hours into a public hearing at a local high school auditorium last week, the citizens of upstate Athens, New York, were still streaming to... More >>

  • Eco Action

    published February 15, 2000

    A group of New Yorkers ousted from office by the Sierra Club have won a partial legal victory, but their hopes for regaining control of the local... More >>

  • The Sludge Report

    published February 8, 2000

    Did you know that there's a week in April that New York Harbor aficionados call Floaters' Week, when all the winter's corpses suddenly pop up?... More >>

  • Animal Magnets

    published February 1, 2000

    A cheetah swallows a can of soda. A woman's pet tiger terrorizes the date who helps himself to a brew. A dog method actor moves itself to howling... More >>

  • Hoo Goes There

    published January 11, 2000

    For the last four or five years, from roughly November through March, a long-eared owlhas spent its days in a Norway spruce only a few dozen yards... More >>

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