Author Archives: Andrew S. Lewis

The Surfer Who Swapped Waves for Humanitarian Aid

Outside Magazine — “The global water crisis has grown ever more dire; 783 million people are living without access to safe water, while the average American uses about 100 gallons every day.”

We Just Dumped 11 Million Pounds of Plastic in the Ocean

Outside Online — “Today, there are about 5,000 more metric tons of plastic waste in the ocean than there were yesterday.”

Some offices are better than others. This guy’s is the best.

Earth Island Journal — The idea is to challenge what might be called “Big Research,” by practicing what might be called “Little Research.”

Think of it as a pool noodle with a conscience

Outside Magazine — Slat is a new breed of environmentalist: young, crowdfunded, and tired of waiting around for government solutions.

The Weightlifting Beat Continues

The New York Times Magazine — “In three days,” she told me later on the ferry, “I’ll find out if I’m going to the Olympics.”