In 2018, I wrote a weekly column for Pacific Standard, called New Landscapes. This focused on how communities across North America are dealing with climate change and other environmental problems, with a particular focus on environmental justice.
You can read the entirety of my work here. Below are my personal favourites.
As climate change intensifies, here are the most – and least – resilient counties in America
How Chicago’s Mexican immigrants are fighting toxic air pollution
Are the feds cherry-picking data to force pipelines through vulnerable communities?
Fixing sexism at the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
Colorado climbers race to gather data about bats before a fungal disease hits the state
How traditional food is helping communities in a changing Arctic
Has Hurricane Florence destroyed records of America’s slave trade?