What’s black-and-white and read all over? Syndicated newspaper columns by UW-Green Bay Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs Michael Kraft. A few weeks ago, we linked here to a Green Bay Press-Gazette column by Kraft on the urgency of Congress pursuing sustainable energy policies. That same guest column has also appeared in papers large (the Denver Post and Kansas City Star) and small (Ohio’s Wapakoneta Daily News and the Juneau (Ala.) Empire). Kraft is syndicated by the McClatchy-Tribune News Service. During 2010, he has had three different essays on energy-related topics that were widely used by syndicate subscribers. (Each newspaper has the right to pick and choose columns of interest to its particular readership.) Kraft has had more than 125 “bylines” in nearly 75 different publications.
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