Dan Fagin Edit Profile
Fagin graduated in 1985 from Dartmouth College, where he served as the editor-in-chief of The Dartmouth (the college's daily newspaper).
Fagin is a former president of the Society of Environmental Journalists. His book Toms River: A Story of Science and Salvation was published March 19, 2013. In a review, Abigail Zuger in the New York Times called it "a new classic of science reporting." He is also the co-author with Marianne Lavelle of the book Toxic Deception: How the Chemical Industry Manipulates Science, Bends the Law and Endangers Your Health (1997).
Fagin is currently working on a book about monarch butterflies and the future of biodiversity in the Anthropocene.
For fourteen years, Fagin was the environmental writer at Newsday, where he was a principal member of two reporting teams that were finalists for the Pulitzer Prize.
Married Alison Frankel. 2 children.
1985Dartmouth College , Bachelor of Arts
1985 - 1987
1987 - 1991