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Publisher, Environmentalist

Doug Moss is a man devoted to the environment. Doug

Moss is a businessman. It takes these two qualities

to make an environmental publication a success. Doug Moss

is the founder, publisher, and executive editor of E/The Environmental

Magazine, a fifteen-year-old national bimonthly

environmental magazine, published in Norwalk, Connecticut,

by the not-for-profit Earth Action Network, Inc., which he also

founded.

Earth Action Network also publishes books, operates the

environmental Web site emagazine.com, and publishes and

distributes EarthTalk, a weekly question-and-answer column

on environmental issues which runs on MSNBC.com, other

Web sites, and in 250 U.S. and Canadian newspapers. Doug

previously cofounded The Animals’ Agenda, a bimonthly

animal protection magazine, serving as an editor and its first

publisher from 1979 until 1988.

He is clearly dedicated to the preservation of our environment,

which he has made his life’s work, but the businessman

in him knows that to pursue this passion, he must keep his

eye on the ball—and the bottom line.