Sydney Ross Singer

Sydney Ross Singer is a medical anthropologist, environmentalist, author, and director of the Good Shepherd Foundation. He lives on a rain forest preserve on the Puna coast of Hawaii Island with his family and other invasive species.
What Pigs Taught Me About Being Human Anthony Quintano/Civil Beat/2018

What Pigs Taught Me About Being Human

We have the ability, as humans, to rise above our innate brutality.

With Biosecurity, Who Decides Who The Enemy Is? Hawaii Department of Agriculture

With Biosecurity, Who Decides Who The Enemy Is?

The Hawaii Interagency Biosecurity Plan currently in development seeks to protect our environment. How far should it go?
Eradication Plan Won’t Kill Just Rodents And Mongooses Cory Lum/Civil Beat

Eradication Plan Won’t Kill Just Rodents And Mongooses

The poison that the state plans to spread could become part of Hawaii's food chain, soil and water.