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David Biello

Associate editor at Scientific American
David Biello is an associate editor at Scientific American focusing on environment and energy and host of 60-Second Earth, an environmental podcast. He's currently working on a book about whether the planet has entered a new geologic age as a result of human impacts and, if so, what we might do about such an Anthropocene.

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  • RT @mkhoff: "Science can no longer afford the luxury of not caring whether the public understands." @ABTagenda… https://t.co/x37QHjWSIX
  • RT @INNamplify: "In the end, most people just want to know what we are talking about, what the problem is, and how we are going to… https://t.co/UqKnksKz0R
  • RT @SusanLealH2O: Microplastics might be everywhere but as this article by @mcoc in @ensiamedia suggests, we don’t know their full im… https://t.co/aMV4lzBmdV
  • RT @EJinAction: Some #RealTalk🔥 If We Want To Win On #ClimateChange We Must Address The Lack Of #Diversity At Senior Levels In Our… https://t.co/A1HaRke5KY
  • RT @GlobalEcoGuy: Sometimes we find ourselves between the darkness and the light. And that’s maybe the best place to be right now. https://t.co/1Km26bUBr7
  • “There is a serious disconnect between the changing #demographics in our country and the lack of diverse leadership… https://t.co/AEq3jNlnS2
  • OPINION: Now more than ever, scientists need to communicate better. Here’s how. https://t.co/A08onw4c9s
  • #Farmers who add structures or manage their land to attract #birds, bats and other vertebrates can boost profits, r… https://t.co/2mMnJor6RI
  • "Adding plants to #solar #farms offers all kinds of benefits to the facilities’ primary aim of reducing #carbonhttps://t.co/S6qL5Ov6a2
  • Understanding the true extent of microfiber pollution requires “meaningful, long-term collaboration among scientist… https://t.co/hkRUoxE2MD

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