Elizabeh Kolbert is an American author and journalist, who has made a name for herself as one of the noted voices on issues related to the environment. She has won multiple awards for her stellar work throughout her career. Kolbert was educated at Mamaroneck High School and then attended Yale University, where she studied literature. Kolbert started her career in Germany with ‘The New York Times’ in 1983 as a freelancer and eventually went on to become the chief of ‘New York Times’ Albany bureau. Kolber has been associated with the magazine ‘New Yorker’ as a staff writer since 1999 and has carved a niche for herself as one of the world’s leading reporter on environmentalism. Other than her work as a journalist, Kolbert has also written some books and some of the noted ones include ‘The Prophet of Love: And Other Tales of Power and Deceit’, ‘Field Notes from a Catastrophe’ and ‘Welcome to the Greenhouse’. She won the ‘Pulitzer Prize’ for ‘The Sixth Extinction: An Unnatural History’. Kolbert has won the ‘National Magazine Award’ twice and had also been awarded the ‘Heinz Award’ in 2010. Here are some of her most profound quotes and sayings which have been excerpted from her work, life, writings, interviews and thoughts as an author and journalist. Read on the compilation of quotations and sayings by Elizabeh Kolbert.