Timothy Lange

Timothy Lange has worked as a reporter, editor, columnist, and publisher for 35 years, and, in 1990, founded Earth Matters, a syndicated weekly package of environmental articles for the Los Angeles Times Syndicate, where he served as executive editor. He won the 2004 Koufax Award for blog commentary and makes his online home at The Next Hurrah, a group political blog that originally published a longer version of this article.

  • Storm front and center: The environmental take on Hurricane Katrina

    What New Orleans could look like the second time around

    I heard that George Bush told New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin the city could be remade into “a shining example for the whole world.” If Bush did say that, it surely wasn’t an environmentally sound renaissance he had in mind. …