Articles by Osha Gray Davidson
Osha Gray Davidson has been an investigative reporter for 25 years and is the author of six books of nonfiction. He publishes the online journal The Phoenix Sun covering solar power.
Worried about radiation in breast milk? Still best to keep breast-feeding
How can we best protect the wee ones?For survivors of Japan’s devastating earthquake and tsunami, there have been so many concerns: access to clean water and food, the need for shelter, the threat of disease. It’s the same awful list that accompanies natural disasters around the world — but with one big difference. In Japan, […]
Scoop: word analysis reveals GOP secret Senate strategy
Here's a document WikiLeaks doesn't have: a so-called "word cloud" produced by sophisticated word-frequency-analysis software, only available on the internets.
The solar ninja uprising
A dozen black-clad solar ninjas converged at the Solar Power International conference to protest Prop 23 and rally other solar companies against it.
The best books about the deep blue sea, just in time for World Oceans Day
All reading lists are incomplete and arbitrary. This is especially true of a list limited to a dozen works about the ocean, the blue immensity that comprises 71 percent of our planet. So take this list with a grain of sea salt — and suggest your own favorites in the comments section below. ———————————————– Log […]