I like Jared Diamond and Michael Pollan.
I’ve read “The World Without Us” by Alan Weisman; and it was very educational and extremely interesting. I recommend it to anyone who cares about the environment… It’s quite scientific (and sometimes a little tough to get through the drier parts, but the informational content is amazing, as he did an incredible amount of journalistic research before attempting to tackle the grand project of assessing how the world would respond—environmentally speaking—to the removal of human impact on the planet!) but he did a tremendous job of spreading environmental knowledge and awareness! Go Weisman!
PS: I used blackle this time when I looked up the link and the spelling of the author’s last name—we all have the potential to change to improve ourselves and our ability to find ways to help the environment!
Sandra Steingraber is a biologist and an environmental writer who’s known as “a poet with a knife” (http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1594/is_6_10/ai_57800729/). Elizabeth Kolbert is another really great and established environmental writer. You can find more information about her at: http://www.cleveland.com/books/index.ssf/2010/04/poet_da_powell_and_environment.html
Another good environmental writer is Bill McKibben. I read “The End of Nature,” where he argues that nature does not exist anymore because of human impact. I’ve also read many of his articles related to global warming, which are engaging and informative. He is always able to back up his claims with hard evidence that has given him unwavering credibility.
Some of the good environmental writers are Jeff Goodell, Amory Lovins, Clint Wilder, Benjamin K Sovacool and P Sainath.
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