DESERT TECH: A four-part story series on how Israel, a largely arid country with a history of few natural resources, is experiencing a clean technology boom and becoming a global market leader. Winter 2014.
“Drama unfolds on islands facing a watery end.” A story about the political and environmental vulnerability of the Maldives. The first in a ClimateWire series on the plight of the world’s islands and island nations in a changing climate. Winter 2013.
THE RACE: A six-part special report in ClimateWire on how the global auto industry is accelerating the adoption of new technologies to comply with an historic set of fuel economy standards while also meeting consumer demand. Fall 2012.
- “Tiny Electric Grids Help States Weather Severe Storms.” June 2014
- “Is 2014 the Year of the Fuel Cell Car?” Jan. 2014
- “Veterans Who Saw Fossil-Fuel Drawbacks in Combat Lead Charge for Clean Energy.” Nov. 2013
- “How Electric Cars Play a Key Role in the Grid of the Future.” Oct. 2013
- Full collection of stories published in Scientific American available here.
- “Why Conservative White Males Are More Likely to Be Climate Skeptics.” October 2011.
- “New Canadian Hydro Project Could Bring Clean Energy Into U.S.” September 2011.
- “The Quest to Make Hydrokinetic Power a Source of U.S. Energy and Jobs.” August 2011.
- “A Paradox for the West’s Plumbing System: Flood on The Top, Drought on the Bottom.” July 2011.
- “Is Deluged Minot, N.D., Ready For Drought?” June 2011.
- Broadcast Associate credit for the segment “The FBI’s Lin Devecchio and ‘The Grim Reaper.'”
- Broadcast Associate credit for the segment “Wael Ghonim and Egypt’s New Age Revolution.“
- Researcher for the segment “The ascent of Alex Honnold.“
- Researcher for the segment “Disaster in Japan.“
- “Russia’s H.I.V. Crisis.” Spring 2011
- “Access Denied: Internet Censorship in Russia.” Spring 2011.
- View the entire Digital Freedom & Control Project project here.
- “World In Crisis.” Spring 2010.
- “For the Benefit of children? Orphanage Corruption in Ghana.” Spring 2010.