Jim Robbins

Jim Robbins has been writing about science and environmental issues since 1978. He is a regular contributor to The New York Times, Yale University’s e360, and Condé Nast Traveler. He has also written for Audubon, Travel Holiday, Smithsonian, Vanity Fair, The London Sunday Times, The Boston Globe, Conservation, Sierra, and High Country News, and has appeared on NPR, ABC’s Nightline, The McNeil Lehrer Report, and the BBC.

His books include Last Refuge: Environmental Showdown in the American West, A Symphony in the Brain: The Evolution of New Brainwave Biofeedback, and The Man Who Planted Trees, as well as two books on the brain co-authored with Dr. Les Fehmi. A book about birds is scheduled for publication in 2016.