Cornelia Carrier firstname.lastname@example.org
Cornelia Carrier, a 1976 Nieman fellow, is a retired journalist and active environmentalist living in Charleston, SC. As one of the first environmental journalists in the country she wrote about many of the wetland/development issues that were highlighted by the tragedy of Katrina. She has also been director of tourism for Louisiana and an adjunct professor of Italian at the College of Charleston.
The privatization of Iraq's oil reserves ASK THIS | July 02, 2007 One of the key 'benchmarks' the Iraqis are supposed to meet is agreement on a hydrocarbon law. Is it a coincidence that such an agreement is likely to benefit big multi-national oil companies?