Connections: Climate Change, Cutthroats and Grizzlies

April 19, 2011 By: Marshall Cutchin

NPR’s “All Things Considered” this weekend featured an interview with Paul Solotaroff, who wrote in the April issue of Men’s Journal about the effects of climate change on Yellowstone National Park. His article, “Ghost Park,” focuses on the impact of loss of food for grizzlies and its likely connection to bear attacks on humans and tells the story of Deborah Freele, who commented on MidCurrent last year about the attack which left her badly injured and killed fly fisher Kevin Kammer.