Julia Rosen is a science reporter for the Los Angeles Times writing from Portland, Ore. She became a journalist after getting her doctorate in geology and was an AAAS Mass Media Fellow at The Times in 2014. After that, she worked as a freelancer, covering earth and environmental science, and what happens when science and society collide. Her writing has appeared in Nature, Science, High Country News, National Geographic and many other publications.
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A UCLA team is vying for the Carbon XPrize, a competition to see who can recycle the most CO2 by turning it into useful products like concrete.
Los investigadores y terapeutas dicen que la angustia relacionada con el cambio climático va en aumento
Researchers and therapists say that grief linked to climate change is on the rise.
An artist discovered the uneasy feelings she had about climate change were akin to mourning. She’s channeling those emotions through her art.
Los científicos del clima rechazan la idea de que deben atenerse a los datos y dejar la política a otros. En estos días, más de ellos se están convirtiendo en defensores
A new assessment finds that one-fifth of CalPERS’ public markets portfolio is in business sectors exposed to financial risk from climate change.
Climate scientists are rejecting the idea that they should stick to the data and leave policy to others. These days, more of them are becoming advocates.
USGS scientist Margaret Mangan, who is retiring soon, has drawn attention to California’s more overlooked natural threats: a dozen restive volcanoes.
¿Qué tan cerca pueden llegar las ciudades, estados y compañías de Estados Unidos de alcanzar las metas climáticas abandonadas del país sin la ayuda del gobierno federal?