During June 2019, I joined Mother Jones’ editorial fellowship program, where I report on the environment, climate change, politics, and extreme weather.
Previously, I worked for The Atlantic’s CityLab as an editorial fellow, reporting (mostly) on environmental issues and solutions in cities. The topics I’ve written about range from a “rights of nature” law to protect Lake Erie passed through a Toledo, Ohio, ballot measure to the efforts taken by U.S. recycling centers to grapple with changes in recycling markets. I’ve covered research, dealing with subjects like the impact of traffic pollution on kids’ academic performance and how climate change affects mental health issues. I also collaborated with my colleague for an article using Yelp and Google Trends data to illustrate one Christmas tradition familiar to many American Jews: Chinese food.
My reporting has been published in Mother Jones, CityLab, City Limits, Chelsea Now, and CNN. Additionally, some of my environment reporting for CityLab has been republished in Mother Jones, Grist, and Pacific Standard.