Andrew Revkin

Strategic Advisor for Environmental and Science Journalism, National Geographic Society

Andrew Revkin is strategic advisor for environmental and science journalism at National Geographic Society, helping expand its funding and support system for journalism advancing the human journey and conserving biological diversity. He’s spent over three decades reporting on environmental and human sustainability globally. Revkin previously reported on climate and related issues at ProPublica and wrote about the environment for 21 years at The New York Times, including the Dot Earth blog. The author of books on humanity’s relationship with weather, the changing Arctic, global warming, and Amazon rain forest, he has won top awards in science journalism, plus a Guggenheim Fellowship and an Investigative Reporters and Editors Award.

Videos/Audio of Andrew Revkin

Inspired and grounded in the new film from From the Ashes, this conversation is about moving forward from a 19th... See more
We’ve been exploring the concept of climate change since 1988. Yet the problem continues to elude traditional solutions... See more
As the United States leaves the Paris Agreement, how will the leadership vacuum be filled? Will China continue to surge... See more
Think beyond the beach with acclaimed National Geographic Explorer Sylvia Earle and former NOAA Director Jane Lubchenco... See more
We know little about the two thirds of our planet's surface that is covered in water. In fact, we know less about... See more
While the basics of greenhouse-driven global warming are clear, translating these into specific local and regional... See more