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Robert Kunzig

Robert Kunzig is senior environment editor at National Geographic magazine, where he focuses on global environmental issues such as climate change. Kunzig has been a science journalist for more than 30 years, and his magazine articles have appeared many times in the Best American Science and Nature Writing. He has also written two books: Fixing Climate (with Wallace Broecker) and Mapping the Deep, a book about oceanography, which won the Aventis/Royal Society prize as science book of the year in 2001.

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