[The Best American Science and Nature Writing]
In the past for the Haley Reading groups, we've covered books on business, poetry, social justice, and technology. This semester, we've moved in a different direction by reading articles from The Best American Science and Nature Writing (2015).
For now, we wanted to consider the possibility that we would all take up the practice of writing about science or nature. If you were tasked with the responsibility of using one of the essays you've read as a point of departure or as a kind muse, what would you write about? Keep in mind that you'd be in the role of science or nature writer.
And, which article -- “The Health Effects of a World Without Darkness," "No Risky Chances," “The Deepest Dig," “At Risk," or “Desegregating Wilderness," -- would serve as the basis for your article? Why that article?