Emergence Magazine | "Meltwater: A Timepiece for the Arctic" (feature essay, 2021)
High Country News | "All My Relations" (cover story, 2021)
Grist | "It should be tougher to fly first class" (guest essay, 2021)

The New Republic | "Carbon Markets are Terrible—But We Still Need Them" (guest essay, 2021)

Premium airline seats are so carbon intensive, they should be reserved for people with medical needs.

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On the Wind River Indian Country, the meaning of wildness is tangled in a mess of wild horses, buffalo, and human beings.

An essay on the paradoxical narratives that overlay the Arctic landscape—a frontier, a paradise, a marker of humanity’s impact on the planet.

With the majority of Americans now covered by a net-zero target, the US has an opportunity to level up subnational and private sector climate action.

Trauma, healing, and the enduring legacy of the 10th Mountain Division.

Current models show that we need to pull huge quantities of carbon out of the air. Right now, though, the tools for doing that are mostly being used for corporate greenwashing.

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The New Republic | Climate change is Putin's best ally

Alaska Public Radio |

World Economic Forum |

GreenBiz | Looking beyond just greenhouse gases to build supply chain transparency


Colorado Public Radio | In Colorado’s backcountry huts, veterans find solace and history

The New Republic | Carbon Markets Are Terrible—But We Need Them

Emergence Magazine | Meltwater: A Timepiece for the Arctic

The Arizona Republic |

The Revelator | Achieving net-zero climate targets will depend on public lands

Grist | It should be tougher to fly first class

The Independent | Is it too soon for America to adopt a comprehensive net-zero strategy?


The Revelator | Blaming Ourselves for Crowded Parks Misses the Point: There Aren’t Enough Parks