Meet SEJ member Anne N. Connor! She is a Vermont-based science writer with a focus on climate resilience and environmental solutions. Her stories have been published in Undark, Vox, Knowable, Flyway and The Scientist. She holds a master’s degree in science writing from Johns Hopkins University.
Anne has been an SEJ member since February 2020, and has enjoyed our daily EJToday emails and the #SEJ2020 conference. She recommends SEJ membership because "it's a good way to connect with other environmental journalists."
Check out some of Anne's stories:
- "Cleaning Up Runoff: Simple Ways To Handle Stormwater Can Protect the Environment and Prevent Flooding," The Pragmatic Idealist, March 23, 2021.
- "Road Salt Is Imperiling Aquatic Ecosystems. It Doesn’t Have To." Undark, March 11, 2021.
- "Snowshowing and Other Endangered Activities, " Flyway, Fall/Winter 2020.
- "San Antonio Finds the Key to Flood Control in Its Gardens," NRDC, December 23, 2019.
- "Why You Want Oysters and a Salt Marsh Between You and a Hurricane," Vox, June 3, 2019.
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