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.
Environment Technology Science
Hot to Cold: Design Solutions Around the Globe
Audio — 47m
Preparing for the Next Disaster: A Look Ahead with FEMA’s Administrator
Video — 50m 33s
Thirty Years of Climate Change: What Will the Next Three Decades Bring?
Audio — 1h 1m
Deep Dive: Global Climate Solutions after Paris
Video — 1h 20m 50s
Coal: Myths, Realities, and the Way Forward
Audio — 56m
The Power of the Arts to Heal
Audio — 55m