Natasha Singer

Natasha Singer

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Steve Galster and his comrades at WildAid do–and they're taking drastic action: going undercover, busting the traffickers, and poaching the poachers. It's high time wildlife conservation started fighting mean and dirty. Can you handle that?

Natasha Singer
May 1, 2004

The dream of a Northwest Passage linking the Atlantic to the riches of Asia has driven explorers and visionary adventurers for centuries. With climate change in the air, Natasha Singer braves the frigid 900-mile journey to find out if the old, mythic dream is becoming an epic new reality.

Natasha Singer
Jan 2, 2004

The world's ten best eco-lodges

Natasha Singer
Mar 1, 2003

Four travel outfitters that are doing it right

Natasha Singer, Florence Williams, and Kimberly Lisagor
Mar 1, 2003

What is this thing called ECOTOURISM? (Besides the glimmer of hype and a dash of greenwash, that is). Here's the good news: When it's done right, it's nothing less than THE FUTURE OF TRAVEL.

Natasha Singer
Mar 1, 2003

“I looked down to find my crotch on fire.” Tom Kluberton holds up gutted pants as evidence. “OK, they’re crotchless, but they are still good Carhartts.”

Natasha Singer
Oct 1, 2002

Only on this remote North Atlantic island do you find such glorious quirks as tolting ponies and entire villages of sleep-deprived puffin chasers

Natasha Singer and Mark Synnott
Jun 1, 2002

SB&WM, 25, sharp dresser, virgin, seeks companionship for long ocean swims, romantic herring dinners, and partnership for those difficult middle years. Must be loaded, have access to sonar and private fishing armada. Knowledge of marine biology a real plus!

Natasha Singer
Aug 1, 2001