"Scott Carney" is an American investigative journalist. He reported from Chennai, India between 2006–2009 but currently resides in Los Angeles. He contributes stories on a variety of medical, technological and ethical issues to Wired Magazine, Mother Jones (magazine), Playboy, Foreign Policy, Details (magazine) and National Public Radio. His first book [http://www.amazon.com/The-Red-Market-Brokers-Traffickers/dp/0061936464 The Red Market: On the trail of the world's organ brokers, bone thieves, blood farmers and child traffickers] was published by William Morrow/Harper Collins in June 2011. Carney holds a number of academic and professional appointments including as a contributing editor at Wired, a senior fellow at the Schuster Institute for Investigative Journalism at Brandeis University, and as a judge for the Payne Award for Ethics in Journalism.

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I fully envision Pennsylvania becoming a national leader in fish habitat initiatives.

The Commonwealth has provided significant resources through Growing Greener to support the formation of watershed groups and completion of various planning documents, such as river conservation plans. The need is to focus on implementing on-the-ground, high quality projects that benefit aquatic habitat at the ecosystem level. That is the missing link.

This is probably the first time I have considered it.