Sandra Steingraber

Sandra Steingraber, Ph.D., recipient of the Rachel Carson Leadership Award, has lectured before the parliament of the European Union, at various medical conferences, and on college campuses. A visiting scholar at New York’s Ithaca College, her most recent book is Raising Elijah: Protecting Our Children in an Age of Environmental Crisis, and her previous books include Living Downstream: An Ecologist’s Personal Investigation of Cancer and the Environment and Having Faith: An Ecologist’s Journey to Motherhood. She and her husband, Jeff, have two children—Elijah and Faith.

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| January 19, 2016
Seven people declared their support for the residents of Porter Ranch where a...
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| January 15, 2016
Hundreds of climate activists and renewable energy advocates gathered for a...
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| January 7, 2016
Just south of the Finger Lakes region in New York’s Steuben County is a valley where three waterways meet to form...
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| December 19, 2015
I’d like to propose a third award category: one that would be bestowed upon those who claim to be...
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| December 11, 2015
The sense here is that COP21, as the Paris climate talks are called, could be a ...
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| December 8, 2015
Is it possible to write about a music concert in Paris after Nov. 13? Is it possible to have a...
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| October 14, 2015
In a time of climate emergency, the wisdom of blowing up bedrock to keep the fossil fuel party going is...
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| September 10, 2015
Just two weeks before Pope Francis’ visit to the U.S., where he is expected to call for urgent action to...
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| August 4, 2015
Early this morning, in a peaceful act civil disobedience action against ......
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| July 20, 2015
In an act of civil disobedience against gas storage in Seneca Lake salt caverns,...
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| March 5, 2015
On Wednesday, I was part of a citizen delegation that met with...
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| February 12, 2015
Since the We Are Seneca Lake campaign began on Oct. 23, 2104, there have been 216 arrests, with six of...