• Feb 25, 2020 from 1:00am to 2:00am
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Dahr is an award winning journalist and author who spent more than a year in Iraq reporting on the 2003 war between 2003-2013, and has reported for The Guardian, The Independent, The Nation, The Huffington Post, Truthout, Le Monde Diplomatique, and Al Jazeera English, among many others. He has also reported from Syria, Lebanon, Turkey and Jordan, and since 2010 focused his reporting on anthropogenic climate disruption and the environment. In 2019 he published The End of Ice in which he began to accept the fact that Earth, most likely, was in a hospice situation. Ironically, this allowed him to renew his passion for the planet’s wild places, cherishing Earth in a way he has never been able to before.


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