Francesca Lyman is an award-winning journalist, author and editor. For six years, she wrote the “Your Environment” column for MSNBC.com, and she has written articles for such environmental periodicals as Land and People, This Old House, Organic Style, Sierra, Orion, and Orion Afield. She is the author of two books, The Greenhouse Trap: What We're Doing to the Atmosphere and How We Can Slow Global Warming (Beacon Press), and Inside the Dzanga-Sangha Rain Forest: Exploring the Heart of Central Africa (Workman Publishing).
She has served as editor of The Amicus Journal (Natural Resources Defense Council) as well as of Not Man Apart (Friends of the Earth) and EA Magazine (Environmental Action). In addition, Lyman was an Adjunct Professor at The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art (teaching a seminar on "Environmentalism in the Urban Context"), and she organized a 4-month symposium entitled "American Icons, Global Environment" for Sarah Lawrence College.
She speaks on global warming, urban sustainability, environmental health, and rainforest protection.
Information about Francesca Lymanís books is available here, and articles by her are available here. To explore engaging Francesca as a speaker, contact her by email here. For the most up-to-date information about Francesca, visit her website here.
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