How can we make a monster problem more manageable? This was the conundrum facing participants at “Tipping the Scales on Climate Change,” an April 20 panel discussion sponsored by KSJ and Undark as part of the Cambridge Science Festival.
“Coming from Europe, where marijuana is still illegal in many countries,” writes Chloé Hecketsweiler, a 2016-17 KSJ fellow, “I am surprised to see it’s now ‘business as usual’ here.”
Genome sequencing “is more and more a part of our culture,” the star science writer tells KSJ fellows. “This is a part of business. This is a part of the modern economy.”
An all-star lineup led by Andrew Revkin, of New York Times and ProPublica fame, and an excerpt from Ian Cheney’s documentary “The Measure of a Fog.” fst
A photo essay by Chloé Hecketsweiler describes a day in the life of Meals on Wheels, and Maura O’Connor’s book on de-extinction gets a prestigious review.
At a Knight Science Journalism seminar, the veteran writer and founder of BU’s Power of Narrative Conference talks about the importance of voice.