‘Come and see me—my grave is open.’: Finding Life After Deportation in Nogales, Sonora

Pacific Standard 10 June 2019

https://psmag.com/social-justice/come-and-see-me-my-grave-is-open-finding-life-after-deportation-in-nogales-sonora

Death of the Reef: Scientists are putting antibiotics into the ocean—on purpose. And it’s our only hope.

Popular Science May/Summer 2019

https://www.popsci.com/coral-antibiotics-science/

What it means for us to ‘see’ a black hole

Washington Post 12 April 2019

https://www.washingtonpost.com/outlook/2019/04/12/98fda1c0-5ca6-11e9-a00e-050dc7b82693_story.html

Why the Border Wall Is a Problem For Birds, Despite Their Wings

Audubon Magazine 10 April 2019

https://www.audubon.org/news/why-border-wall-problem-birds-despite-their-wings 

In Florida, Turtles Poisoned by Red Tide Are Getting a New Treatment

Hakai 16 Jan 2019

https://www.hakaimagazine.com/news/in-florida-turtles-poisoned-by-red-tide-are-getting-a-new-treatment/

Earth’s cold storage is melting. Here’s what’s oozing out.

Popular Science, Danger Issue (Winter 2018)

https://www.popsci.com/whats-inside-earths-permafrost

Thin, Flexible New Solar Cells Could Soon Line Your Shirt

Wired 19 Nov 2018

https://www.wired.com/story/thin-flexible-new-solar-cells-could-soon-line-your-shirt/

This Charges Everything: Behind the scenes of Seattle’s latest foray into bikeshares.

Grist 9 Aug 2018

https://grist.org/article/this-electric-bike-experiment-could-change-how-we-design-cities/

 

The Mendocino Complex is California's largest fire on record—for now

Popular Science 7 Aug 2018

https://www.popsci.com/2018-california-mendocino-fire

 

The fate of future endangered species could hinge on a semantic argument

Popular Science 30 July 2018

https://www.popsci.com/endangered-species-act-future-walruses

 

Volcano vocabulary to help you understand the most recent eruptions

Popular Science 4 June 2018

https://www.popsci.com/volcano-vocabulary-kinds-of-lava

 

Scientists Race to Decode Disease Devastating Florida Coral Reefs

Oceans Deeply 16 May 2018

https://www.newsdeeply.com/oceans/articles/2018/05/16/scientists-race-to-decode-disease-devastating-florida-coral-reefs

 

New Discoveries About Unique Amazon Coral Reef at Risk From Oil Drilling. 

Oceans Deeply 8 May 2018

https://www.newsdeeply.com/oceans/articles/2018/05/08/new-discoveries-about-unique-amazon-coral-reef-at-risk-from-oil-drilling

 

The EPA is jeopardizing scientific research and privacy in the name of ‘transparency’

Popular Science 27 April 2018

https://www.popsci.com/epa-transparency-public-health-data

 

There’s still time for us to save the Great Barrier Reef

Popular Science 19 April 2018

https://www.popsci.com/great-barrier-reef-adaptation-survival

 

Can the Gulf of Mexico’s Largest Coral Reef Survive a Massive New Port? 

Oceans Deeply 12 April 2018

https://www.newsdeeply.com/oceans/articles/2018/04/12/can-the-gulf-of-mexicos-largest-coral-reef-survive-a-massive-new-port

 

Now paleontologists know what colors graced these 200-million-year-old butterfly wings

Popular Science 11 April 2018

https://www.popsci.com/butterfly-fossil-wing-color

 

These ancient, swimming reptiles may have been the biggest animals of all time

Popular Science 10 April 2018

https://www.popsci.com/giant-ichthyosaur-fossil

 

Can Coral Microbes Protect Reefs From Climate Change? 

Oceans Deeply 13 March 2018 

https://www.newsdeeply.com/oceans/articles/2018/03/13/can-coral-microbes-protect-reefs-from-climate-change

 

There’s a new contender in the quest for the next superbattery

Grist 12 Feb 2018

https://grist.org/article/theres-a-new-contender-in-the-quest-for-the-next-superbattery/

 

This year I spent a lot of time thinking about satellites

Grist 27 Dec 2017

https://grist.org/briefly/this-year-i-spent-a-lot-of-time-thinking-about-satellites/

 

How should communities cope with the end of coal? Advice from the frontlines.

Grist 12 Dec 2017

https://grist.org/article/how-should-communities-cope-with-the-end-of-coal-advice-from-the-frontlines/

 

How the Biggest Fish in the Sea Is Tracked by Tourist Photos. 

Oceans Deeply 7 Dec 2017 

https://www.newsdeeply.com/oceans/articles/2017/12/07/how-the-biggest-fish-in-the-sea-is-tracked-by-tourist-photos

 

Life After Coal: In Germany’s Appalachia, the last coal mine is closing

Grist 29 Nov 2017

http://grist.org/article/inside-the-last-coal-mine-germany-appalachia/

 

Tesla’s solar vision gets its first big test in Puerto Rico

Grist 24 Oct 2017

https://grist.org/article/tesla-and-solar-groups-put-puerto-rico-back-on-the-grid/

 

Hurricanes keep bringing blackouts. Clean energy could keep the lights on

Grist 22 Sept 2017 

https://grist.org/article/hurricanes-keep-bringing-blackouts-clean-energy-could-keep-the-lights-on/

 

Florida’s best defense against natural disasters is nature

Grist 15 Sept 2017

https://grist.org/article/floridas-best-defense-against-natural-disasters-is-nature/

 

VIDEO: Don’t buy Apple’s new iPhone. Fix your old one

Grist 14 Sept 2017

https://grist.org/article/dont-buy-apples-new-iphone-fix-your-old-one/

 

Harvey stirs up a toxic, industrial soup

Grist 1 Sept 2017

https://grist.org/article/harvey-stirs-up-a-toxic-industrial-soup/

 

Welcome to Paradise: Batteries Now Included

Grist/Longreads 8 Aug 2017

https://grist.org/climate-energy/welcome-to-paradise-batteries-now-included/

 

This Bot Generates a Fantasy World Every Hour

Atlas Obscura 18 April 2017

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/uncharted-atlas-twitter-bot

 

Q&A: The technology that brought us Airbnb and Uber can do so much more

Grist 7 Apr 2017

https://grist.org/cities/the-technology-that-brought-us-airbnb-and-uber-can-do-so-much-more/

 

Q&A: Anxious, depressed, distracted — what if the cure is just outside? 

Grist 1 Mar 2017

https://grist.org/living/anxiety-depression-and-distraction-what-if-the-cure-is-just-outside/

 

The future will be battery-powered 

Grist 21 February 2017

https://grist.org/climate-energy/the-future-will-be-battery-powered/

 

Trump’s ban puts a chill on science and clean tech

Grist 1 Feb 2017

https://grist.org/science/trumps-ban-will-hurt-climate-science-and-cleantech/

 

The Unlikely Comeback of New Zealand’s Weirdest ‘Living Fossil’ 

Atlas Obscura 31 Jan 2017

https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/the-unlikely-comeback-of-new-zealands-weirdest-living-fossil

 

Apple’s recycling robot wants your old iPhone. Don’t give it to him

Grist 11 Oct 2016

https://grist.org/business-technology/apples-recycling-robot-wants-your-old-iphone-dont-give-it-to-him/

 

She studies underwater methane-eating microbes that keep our planet in balance. Genius! 

Grist 29 Sept 2016

https://grist.org/climate-energy/she-studies-underwater-methane-eating-microbes-that-keep-our-planet-in-balance-genius/

 

If you think technology has no place in the National Parks, think again 

Grist 25 Aug 2016

https://grist.org/business-technology/if-you-think-technology-has-no-place-in-the-national-parks-think-again/

 

Here’s everything we know about how to talk about climate change

Grist 7 Apr 2016

https://grist.org/climate-energy/heres-everything-we-know-about-how-to-talk-about-climate-change/

 

Climate change is showing up in blockbusters and binge watches. So what? 

Grist 31 Dec 2015

https://grist.org/living/climate-change-is-showing-up-in-blockbusters-and-binge-watches-so-what/

 

Coral reefs are in trouble. Meet the people trying to rebuild them

Grist 17 Nov 2015 

https://grist.org/science/coral-reefs-are-in-trouble-meet-the-people-trying-to-rebuild-them/

 

Q&A: Can fiction make people care about climate change? 

Grist 9 Jul 2015 

https://grist.org/living/can-fiction-make-people-care-about-climate-paolo-bacigalupi-thinks-so/

 

Hubble just turned 25. Here’s what it was like to grow up with it 

Grist 24 Apr 2015

https://grist.org/science/hubble-just-turned-25-heres-what-it-was-like-to-grow-up-with-it/

 

Is there a sustainable future for America’s most popular seafood? 

Grist 25 Apr 2014

https://grist.org/food/is-there-a-sustainable-future-for-americas-most-popular-seafood/