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Julie Halpert

Freelance journalist
Julie Halpert is a freelance journalist with three decades of experience writing for national publications including The New York Times, The Atlantic, The Wall Street Journal, Newsweek and CNBC. Since 2004, she has taught an environmental journalism class at the University of Michigan. The wide range of topics she covers range from environment and health, to parenting and how boomers are reinventing retirement.

Contributions

Twitter
  • 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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