Contributors

Emily Green has reported on science and the environment for the UK Independent, Guardian, New Statesman, New York Times, Los Angeles Times and KCET. Water wonks may know her from the personal blog www.chanceofrain.com

Jessica Hall is a landscape architect by vocation and an urban stream restoration advocate by inclination. She is a co-founder of the blog L.A. Creek Freak, a Statewide Steering Committee member of the California Urban Streams Partnership and a Switzer Environmental Fellow.

Judith Lewis Mernit is a freelance writer focused on the environment, public health and labor. Her writing has appeared in High Country News, Yale e360, Sierra and The Atlantic. She is a regular contributor to the Los Angeles-based news site Capital & Main.

Lisa Michurski is a creative executive in New York City with more than 15 years experience in product development and creative direction.

Molly Peterson is interested in climate change, natural disasters, oil and gas, water and oceans, science policy, international policy, and polluter liability. A former reporter for Southern California Public Radio still based in Los Angeles, she has also passed the California Bar, and is a veteran non-practicing lawyer.