Stan Cox

Readers' Choice, The Atlantic's "Brave Thinker"

Stan Cox is a plant breeder at the Land Institute in Salina, Kansas. He has written on environmental issues for newspapers nationwide, including the Washington Post and the Los Angeles Times, as well as for CounterPunch, AlterNet, and many other online publications. He is the author of Any Way You Slice It and Losing Our Cool, both published by The New Press, and Sick Planet: Corporate Food and Medicine. With his son, Paul Cox, he is a co-author of How the World Breaks: Life in Catastrophe’s Path, from the Caribbean to Siberia (The New Press). He lives in Salina.

Author topics:

News and Reviews

The New Republic

Read The New Republic's excerpt from How the World Breaks


Q&A with Stan Cox on rationing in Alternet

The New York Times

Stan Cox writes about rationing in The New York Times' "Room for Debate"


Counterpunch reviews Any Way You Slice It

Books by Stan Cox

Any Way You Slice It
The Past, Present, and Future of Rationing

Stan Cox

How the World Breaks
Life in Catastrophe’s Path, from the Caribbean to Siberia

Stan Cox, Paul Cox

Losing Our Cool
Uncomfortable Truths About Our Air-Conditioned World (and Finding New Ways to Get Through the Summer)

Stan Cox