Speaking Events, Highlights

* October 2016:  I’ll moderate a panel called “Less-traveled Paths Through the Environment” at the Berkeley Narrative Journalism Conference, Oct. 29, 2016.

* September 2016:  Follow me and hundreds of journalists at the Society of Environmental Journalists annual conference (“Land of Extremes, Home of Big Dreams”), in Sacramento, Sept. 21 - 25, 2016.

*  September 2015: I was fortunate to be selected for a two-week writer’s retreat at Mesa Refuge, in Point Reyes Station, Calif. A slice of paradise to set one-off assignments aside and dig in to a project.

*  September 2015: I helped facilitate a COMPASS  communication workshop for graduate students and post-docs at Colorado State University. Very rewarding and fun.

*  January 2015: I reported from Tromso, Norway, where I attended the Arctic Frontiers conference, focusing on energy and climate issues in a thawing High North. See my articles and radio coveragd.  You can also read my series of articles in Popular Science stemming from previous Arctic Frontiers conferences.

* October 2014: I moderated a roundtable session on sustainable buildings and communities at the World Sustainable Building 2014 Conference in Barcelona.

* October 2014:  I moderated a plenary session at the Net Zero Cities conference in Fort Collins, Colo. , called University Cities Leading the Way.

* 2014: I conducted a series of interviews on KGNU’s science show, How On Earth, called “The Ocean Is Us.”

* I'm currently living in Boulder, Colorado, juggling freelance writing and radio work on How On Earth, the KGNU science show.  I am also available for public speaking, moderating conference sessions, editing, teaching journalism, and teaching media (and public) communication skills to scientists.

* I also have blogged for PitchPublishProsper.com, the website for The Science Writers' Handbook (Da Capo, 2013), as a member of Scilance, a community of 35 science writers who contributed to the book.  

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