Journalist on the Loose
Paul Tolmé is an award-winning environmental journalist and outdoors writer whose career began as an editor for his college newspaper and continued upon graduation to the Associated Press, where he worked for a decade as a political, environmental and business writer. In 2000, Tolmé left the AP to accept a prestigious fellowship with the Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado in Boulder, after which he began his new career as a magazine writer specializing in environmental issues, climate change, wildlife, skiing and outdoor adventures. As a roving journalist on the loose, Paul has visited remote Pacific atolls and mountain ranges around the world. His work has appeared in Newsweek, National Wildlife, Audubon, Popular Mechanics, SKI, Skiing, Mountain, High Country News, Defenders, Fortune, Salon, Mountain Gazette, Bike, Mountain Flyer, Elevation Outdoors, 5280 and more.