Dianne Dumanoski is an author and environmental journalist. She got her start in journalism as a producer for WGBH-TV in Boston. She then spent four years as a television reporter before switching to the print medium. She spent 17 years writing for The Boston Globe, reporting on stories such as acid rain and the Claus von Bulow trial and writing "One Earth," a unique monthly environmental column. Besides winning a variety of awards for her reporting, she was a Knight Fellow in Science Journalism at MIT in 1983-1984 and a fellow in 1993 at the University of Colorado's Center for Environmental Journalism. She is a co-author of the book "Our Stolen Future."
- Charting the Territory of Collaboration (Vol. 5 Pg. 40)