An artist set out to paint climate change. She ended up on a journey through grief

LOS ANGELES TIMES It had been a long day and Daniela Molnar’s mind was wandering when she saw the shape. The shape of what was already lost; the shape of something new that had just come into being. Little did she know, it was a shape that would expose a profound feeling of grief within … More An artist set out to paint climate change. She ended up on a journey through grief

Los Angeles Times

In 2019, I worked as a science reporter for the Los Angeles Times. A full list of stories I wrote for the paper can be found here. Below are a few of my favorites. An artist set out to paint climate change. She ended up on a journey through grief. Turning carbon into concrete could … More Los Angeles Times

Cancel Earthworms

THE ATLANTIC ***Honorable mention for the 2020 Outstanding Feature Story Award from the Society of Environmental Journalists*** The “crazy worms” remaking forests aren’t your friendly neighborhood garden worms. Then again, those aren’t so great either. On a sweltering July day, I follow Annise Dobson down an overgrown path into the heart of Seton Falls Park. … More Cancel Earthworms

An Oasis of Open Water

HAKAI ***Winner of the 2019 Best of the Northwest Science Writing Award from the Northwest Science Writers Association.*** Inuit in Canada and Greenland want to protect an ecological wonder—a massive Arctic polynya—at the center of their world. The little auks are hard to spot among the rocky rubble that lines the shore of northwest Greenland. … More An Oasis of Open Water