Our fellows come from a wide range of backgrounds: some have worked as radio producers, news broadcasters, others as freelance writers, authors, and photo editors. But there's one thing they all have in common—outstanding clips. Fellows have been published in National Geographic, Wired, Earth Island Journal and Science magazine among many other outlets. They have produced packages for Smithsonian.com and National Public Radio. And they have earned numerous awards while they were at it. A sample of our fellows' work can be viewed below (click on the image to view).

Can Invoking God Change The Minds Of Climate Change Deniers? Michael Nigro/Pacific Press/LightRocket via Getty Images Tom VierusPhoto by Threshold producer Nick Mott.Africa has emitted 20x less CO2, but America and Europe are still reluctant to give aid for climate disasters like a drought that killed hundreds of kids in Somalia. Circularity emphasizes the composition of things, rather than their use. Anything made thoughtfully enough can endure infinitely or proffer its molecules for breakdown and reorganization.Credit...Max Pinckers for The New York Times
Wild Thing PodcastA Possible River  A plan to curb wild horses, and save the West Inside the 'lungs of the Earth' Farmworkers face illness and death in the fieldsThe 11-Year-Old Suing Trump Over Climate Change More Oil, More Gas, More Ozone Grow Your Own Way Plastic of the Future Napoleon in Exile -- National Geographic Adventure

Quito Grown  Clothes Keep You Cool, More Or Less The Call of the Elk Rainforest For Sale

Silverton Saves Its Paper

 What's A Meteor Shower? Field of Dreams  The Mystery Of Brain Freeze  The View from a Canoe Baby corals and fish smell their way to the best home Into the Amazon A Bold Decision Mahogany's Last Stand  The Perfectly Toasted Marshmallow Large Scale Farming Without Toxic Pesticides is Still a Distant Dream Last of the Amazon

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