Dahr Jamail

Dahr Jamail, an independent journalist, is the author of the just-published Beyond the Green Zone: Dispatches from an Unembedded Journalist in Occupied Iraq. Jamail reported from occupied Iraq for eight months as well as from Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, and Turkey over the last four years. He maintains a website, Dahr Jamail's Mideast Dispatches, with all his writing.

Melting Glaciers
Savoring what remains: Dealing with climate PTSD Dahr Jamail
New Zealand Antarctic Rescue
A planet in crisis: The heat’s on us Dahr Jamail
Cold Sea Turtles
Sea turtles offer dire warning of oceans’ crisis Dahr Jamail
Fiji Cyclone
A disrupted climate means deadlier cyclones in the Middle East Dahr Jamail
California Oil Spill
When covering up a crime takes precedence over human health: BP's toxic Gulf Coast legacy Dahr Jamail
Colorado Wildfire
Greenland is burning: Wildfires and floods surge worldwide Dahr Jamail
US Navy aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson
War in the Gulf (No, not that Gulf!) Dahr Jamail
The U.S. Navy's brutal new war on the Arctic Dahr Jamail
The horrific consequences of American adventurism: "Life in Iraq has become impossible" Dahr Jamail
"The Great Dying" redux? Shocking parallels between ancient mass extinction and climate change Dahr Jamail
My country has no future Dahr Jamail
Covering up the trail of dead Iraqis Dahr Jamail
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