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Andrew Revkin: “On Dot Earth: Survival stories from the front lines as journalism migrates from the front page to the home page.

 

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Andrew C. Revkin: “On Dot Earth: Survival Stories from the Front Lines as Journalism Migrates from the Front Page to the Home Page”

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Andrew C. Revkin is one of the most respected and influential journalists covering climate change and other global environmental issues. Building on a quarter-century of prize-winning print work, he now writes The New York Times’ Dot Earth blog, a forum where hundreds of thousands of readers “meet” each month to evaluate and discuss population, climate, biodiversity, and related subjects. After fifteen years at the Times, Revkin recently left his staff position to become the senior fellow for environmental understanding at Pace University’s Academy for Applied Environmental Studies. He has reported on the science and politics of global warming from the North Pole to the White House and the tumultuous treaty talks in Copenhagen. He is the author of books on the Amazon, global warming, and the changing Arctic in addition to countless newspaper and magazine articles. Revkin has received journalism awards from numerous organizations, including the National Academy of Sciences, the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and Columbia University, and has been awarded an honorary doctorate from Pace and a John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship. He lives in the Hudson Valley, where, in spare moments, he is a performing songwriter and member of the roots band Uncle Wade.


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