Elizabeth Royte is the author, most recently, of Bottlemania: How Water Went On Sale and Why We Bought It. Her previous books--Garbage Land: On the Secret Trail of Trash and The Tapir's Morning Bath: Solving the Mysteries of the Tropical Rain Forest--were named New York Times Notable Books of the Year in 2005 and 2001. Royte's writing on science and the environment has appeared in Harper's, National Geographic, The New York Times Magazine, Outside, and other national publications. She is a frequent contributor to the New York Times Book Review and a contributing editor for OnEarth. Her work is included in The Best American Science Writing for 2004 and for 2009, the environmental omnibus Naked, and Outside Magazine's Why Moths Hate Thomas Edison. A former Alicia Patterson Foundation fellow and recipient of Bard College's John Dewey Award for Distinguished Public Service, Royte lives in Brooklyn with her husband and their daughter. She blogs, somewhat irregularly, at www.royte.com/blogRead more Read less
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