- Stephan Faris is a magazine journalist, an Associate Editor at Project Syndicate, and a founding member of Deca, a global collective of journalists producing longform non-fiction.
His stories have appeared on the covers of The Atlantic, Bloomberg Businessweek, Fortune Magazine, and Time Magazine, and in Foreign Policy, The New York Times Magazine, and The New Yorker.
He is the author of Forecast: The Consequences of Climate Change, from the Amazon to the Arctic, from Darfur to Napa Valley and Homelands: The Case for Open Immigration.
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Category Archives: Forecast
An interview about Forecast is airing this week on Writers Voice. It seems I’m on just before Leonard Nemoy.
I was on Weekday with KUOW’s Steve Scher in Seattle this morning.
NPR’s Living on Earth is running a segment on Forecast this week that we recorded back in January. I talk a bit about Darfur and a bit about wine.
GlobalPost.com published excerpts of Forecast this weekend
I was on Link TV a little while back, talking about Forecast. We covered the impact of climate change on Darfur and the Maldives and on the Arctic and discussed Obama’s Environmental Policies.
I’m off to Australia in a couple of days, for the publication of Forecast there. The first stop will be Melbourne, scene of last weekend’s bushfires–the deadliest in the country’s history. AT Global Post today I ask to what extent … Continue reading
For those of you in New York, I’ll be on WNYC, at 11:25 am today, talking with Brian Lehrer talking about Forecast, and about starting with the newly launched Global Post as a correspondent for climate change and the environment. … Continue reading
The first reviews of Forecast have been . . . . . very complimentary! Fred Pearce, writing in Orion Magazine says Well worth the carbon footprint of its publication … The most perceptive [book] so far about [climate change’s] growing … Continue reading
My book Forecast: The Consequences of Climate Change, from the Amazon to the Arctic, from Darfur to Napa Valleyis on sale starting today.