Adam Federman

Adam Federman is a contributing editor at Earth Island Journal.He is the recipient of a Polk Grant for Investigative Reporting, a Middlebury Fellowship in Environmental Journalism, and a Russia Fulbright Fellowship. You can find more of his work at

Arctic Exploits

SeaWorld’s Undercover Spies

Pipeline Company Paid Pennsylvania Police Department to “Deter Protests”

Fighting Extreme Energy Extraction on the Gulf Coast

What’s Next for New York’s Environmental Movement?

How Big Oil Plans to Win Ugly in New York

How Big Oil’s Intelligence Network Circumvents FOIA

Deep Undercover: Police Officer in UK Fathered a Child with an Activist as Part of an Investigation

Hazardous Cargo

Keystone Cops

The FBI’s Secret Meetings With TransCanada, Inc.

How the American Petroleum Institute Spies on Environmentalists

Undercover Agents Infiltrated Tar Sands Resistance Camp to Break Up Planned Protest

Corporate Spying on Environmental Groups

Did Fracking Kill Dunkard Creek?

The Battle for Khimki Forest

Fracking With Diesel

The Persecution of Rod Coronado

To Drill or Not to Drill

Did Commercialization Kill the Bees?

The Exxon Clause

Swimming in Natural Gas

Poisoning Dimock

Trading the Watershed to Trash the Catskills

The Plight of the Bumblebee

The Recovery That Wasn’t

Drilling the Marcellus Shale Through the Halliburton Loophole

The PCBs of the Hudson River

The Battle Over New York’s Marcellus Shale

Marching for Sean Bell

From Autopia to Autogeddon: Cars Reach the End of the Road

End of the Left?

Columbia Profs Smeared as Anti-Semites

America Will Disappoint the World, Again

Sacred Capitalism Hits Russia

Democrat Snipers Target Ralph

The US Footprint in Central Asia

Waging a War that has Already been Lost

"Success in Not the Issue Here"

The Absence of War

Crackdown in Baikal

All that Matters is Oil

Earth Day with Shrub