•September 3, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Trees are nature’s tool for pulling carbon dioxide out of the air, but there aren’t enough trees in the world to suck up all the CO2 humans are putting there. That’s why researchers are pushing to create artificial leaves to help fight climate change. I visit with two teams of researchers pursuing different approaches to the formidable challenge.
My story aired earlier this week on PRI’s The World.
•July 24, 2015 • Leave a Comment
I’m currently traveling to the future, with the help of a couple magnificent glaciers. (Translation: I’m on a 3-week reporting trip in Greenland and Iceland!)
In due time, my radio stories will air on PRI’s The World and my web videos will be published by NOVA. My trip is supported by the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting.
You can follow my Arctic adventure on Instagram.
•July 7, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Transom.org just published an essay of mine about how to pitch your story ideas to editors and shows — both within and beyond public radio. If you’ve got a few minutes, I encourage you to give it a read!
•June 2, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Videographer Amanda Kowalski and I produced a series of 4 videos in association with NNOCCI (National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Information), a collaborative effort to establish a national network of professionals who are skilled in communicating climate science to the public.
•April 27, 2015 • Leave a Comment
What could you possibly have in common with a mushroom, or a dinosaur, or even a bacterium? More than you might think. In NOVA’s Evolution Lab, you’ll puzzle out the evolutionary relationships linking together a spectacular array of species. Explore the tree of life and get a front row seat to what some have called the greatest show on Earth.
Interested in telling others about the Lab? We’ve prepared a launch toolkit with a press release, Lab overview, and social media guide. So tweet and forward to your heart’s content, but most importantly, play!
•April 9, 2015 • Leave a Comment
Nuclear energy is fraught. What do you do with the spent radioactive fuel rods? What happens if there’s a meltdown? These worries have led many to write the whole thing off, and some to rebel against it. But a startup in Cambridge, Mass. thinks things can be different –- like, revolutionary different.
My story aired yesterday on Here & Now.
•March 2, 2015 • Leave a Comment
A 2-minute video featuring Clemson University ecologist Drew Lanham. Amanda Kowalski shot the video footage and I produced the film for BirdNote. We’ve got the video on Facebook as well — please share!