FORA.tv Speaker - Peter Thomson

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Biography

Peter Thomson is the author of Sacred Sea: A Journey to Lake Baikal and an independent writer and radio producer living in Boston. He was the founding producer and editor of National Public Radio's groundbreaking environmental news program "Living on Earth" in 1991, and in a decade with the program also served as senior editor, western region bureau chief, senior correspondent and special projects editor. Thomson's work as an editor, reporter and program producer has been honored with more than two dozen awards, for reports and documentaries on subjects ranging from oil, natives and wildlife on Alaska's North Slope to threats facing America's drinking water supply to the environmental legacy of the Lewis and Clark expedition. Thomson has received fellowships from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, the Rockefeller Foundation and the MacDowell Colony, and has served on the advisory board of the Institutes for Journalism and Natural Resources.

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Sacred Sea: A Journey to Lake Baikal

09.13.07 | 01:09:00 min | 0 comments