Michael Stoll


Michael Stoll is an environmental journalist, college journalism teacher and director of a nonprofit media-reform project in San Francisco. He first learned about the conflicting visions of the fate of the forest in Petén in 2004 when he was working on an article about archaeological artifact smuggling for San Francisco Magazine.

Michael has also written articles for the San Jose Mercury News, the Christian Science Monitor and E/The Environmental Magazine. He teaches editing and reporting classes at San Jose State University, and also works with an all-volunteer group of journalists to establish a new noncommercial daily newspaper, to be called The Public Press.