Author of “Cold,” a New York Times bestseller praised by environmentalists, wants to see more biologists work for industry
Anchorage, Alaska—Feb. 10, 2010—Why is ecologist Bill Streever, author of the New York Times bestseller “Cold: Adventures in the World’s Frozen Places,” working for Big Oil?
Because he is making a difference.
“You can … influence company policy from within an oil company, more so than working from the outside,” he told Greening of Oil, a new online magazine.
Streever, who works in Alaska’s Arctic for London-based BP, wants to see more biologists working for industry.
Check out his story, a young man’s adventure come true, in Greening of Oil.
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