The writer’s latest project is uncovering some of the surprising ways that life has changed and shaped the planet.
As land and water management issues in the region worsen with climate change, there are no easy solutions, writes Virginia Gewin.
Setting off on her first long reporting trip in years, beagle in tow, journalist Melanie Kaplan experiences the muscle memory of past travels.
Can your religion impact the care you receive? KSJ fellow Tasmiha Khan explores the prejudices faced by Muslims in clinical settings.
With so much in the world to worry about, should we care that a hairy, singing beast is on the verge of extinction? Yes, writes KSJ Project Fellow Jeremy Hance.
The Atlanta native is driven by a passion to shed light on the struggles of people living in marginalized communities.