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I’m an established freelance writer based in San Diego covering environmental issues for media outlets in the Southland and beyond. My focus is the intersection between science, nature and technology with a twist of food politics. My byline has appeared in Deutsche Welle, Aeon, Grist, Mother Nature Network and ENSIA, among others.
I've been a volunteer park ranger, law clerk, an online editor and last but not least ...
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Getting sense of statistics - by eating them
Four-legged guardians for conservation | Biodiversity | DW.COM | 19.07.2016
Building tiny forests, one tree at a time | eco@africa | DW.COM | 31.05.2016
Saving the Balkan 'baby dragon' | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 22.03.2016
Tepache: Meet your kombucha replacement
Stalagmite unlocks ancient secrets | Global Ideas | DW.COM | 19.01.2016
Who's your favorite fictional journalist?
Clark Kent because these days you need to be Superman to remain relevant and active in the industry.
What does it mean to be a journalist?
Waking up in the morning with a head full of questions and the motivation to answer them daily.
What tools and software do you use to do your job?
Paper and pen, plus any additional gear that I can easily carry in a backpack without feeling distracted.