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Last week we announced the 2009 Adventurers of the Year, selected for their extraordinary achievements in exploration, conservation, action sports, and humanitarian work. Now, for the first time ever, you can vote for the Readers' Choice Adventurer of the Year. To help you get to know them, we are going to highlight a different adventurer…

It turns out, movies can make a difference. Richard O'Barry, the dolphin trainer turned dolphin activist who is the central character in the documentary The Cove, announced this yesterday: Today is September 1st, the first day of the dolphin slaughter season in Japan. But when I arrived today by bus from Kansai Airport with media…

Text by Ryan Bradley Some stories are simple, straightforward, even easy. Louie Psihoyos isn't interested in them. A photographer for National Geographic when he was just 23, Psihoyos sought out assignments that were broad, vague, and visually challenging—subjects included dreams, garbage, and smell. He spent nine months in trash heaps. One time, he nearly fell…

Text by Ryan Bradley Some stories are simple, straightforward, even easy. Louie Psihoyos isn’t interested in them. A photographer for National Geographic when he was just 23, Psihoyos sought out assignments that were broad, vague, and visually challenging—subjects included dreams, garbage, and smell. He spent nine months in trash heaps. One time, he nearly fell…

10,000 Lakes Music Festival (July 22–25): Over 60 bands. Four stages. And beautiful northern MN. Tour de France Ends (July 26): Amid scandal, no doubt. But will it involve Lance? Read our daily udpates. The Cove (July 31): All the buzz at Sundance, this enviro-doc will make a serious splash. (Stay tuned for our interview with…