Carol Gregory, the vice president of communications and marketing for the Conservation Law Foundation, a Boston nonprofit focused on the environment, said her job is to sell visions and ideas to people who care about environmental issues. The […]
Recently I was faced with a dilemma. A speaking engagement I had agreed to was scheduled during the same time as my journalism class. How could I plan something more substantive and worthwhile than bringing in a guest […]
California officials and firefighters are becoming increasingly concerned that the drier, windier conditions spurred on by the warming climate will make wildfires more devastating and their seasons longer. But are enough people paying attention to their root causes […]
Shortly after Donald Trump’s election, when Scott Pruitt took the reins at the Environmental Protection Agency, longtime EPA staffers began seeing a severe scaling back of the protections they were tasked with devising and keeping in place. It […]
On the campaign trail, presidential candidate Donald Trump talked a lot about revitalizing America’s crumbling infrastructure. Other issues, however, have since crowded out the monumental task of addressing this aging infrastructure. But for scientists like Northeastern Marine Science […]
At the heart of any finding by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration is a massive amount of data. Its fleet of satellites collect datasets so large they can be hard to imagine – let alone visualize. This data […]
Every once in a while, newsroom developers and visual journalists get one of those projects that becomes both a big challenge and a great learning experience. That was the case for me last November, when InsideClimate News, a […]
Sophia Fox-Sowell Sophia is a graduate student in the Media Innovation program at Northeastern University’s School of Journalism. Last summer she was a film development fellow at RYOT.