Do No Harm


  • Mark Jerome Walters

    1. Trained in veterinary medicine and journalism, Mark Jerome Walters is a professor of journalism and media studies at the University of South Florida, St. Petersburg. Seeking the Sacred Raven: Politics and Extinction on a Hawaiian Island (Island Press, 2006), is the latest of his four books. Walters first heard of the ‘alalā while visiting Hawaii nearly 15 years ago and has been on its trail ever since.
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  • THE STORY OF the Hawaiian crow is a parable of doing harm by going to all lengths to do good. What role should the ancient advice of Hippocrates play in endangered species conservation?