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Phil McKenna

Freelance writer
Phil McKenna is a freelance writer interested in the convergence of fascinating individuals and intriguing ideas. He primarily writes about energy and the environment with a focus on the individuals behind the news. His work appears in The New York Times, Smithsonian, WIRED, Audubon, New Scientist, Technology Review, MATTER and NOVA, where he is a contributing editor.

Contributions

Twitter
  • RT @YaleE360: As the world weighs strategies for keeping climate change in check, more and more countries, communities and busine… https://t.co/ZEUy222SPr
  • Can we find common ground on critical science and environmental issues? Join @ensiamedia for a live conversation wi… https://t.co/vlMCoUtIEy
  • RT @rachelcernansky: I pitched a story about soil #biodiversity, and @ensiamedia had the great idea to give #soil organisms their own cl… https://t.co/uoUAPJWsG7
  • RT @TeamSolutionsU: This week's International Forum on #Food & #Nutrition puts #sustainability in the spotlight, as growing evidence su… https://t.co/vyR2B2ZSf0
  • RT @coolfireecology: Billions of organisms - from micro to macro - live in the soil. Diversity helps build and maintain soils, making ag… https://t.co/aB0YmWpBXh
  • RT @treubold: Perennial versions of conventional crops offer benefits to the environment — but are they ready for prime time?… https://t.co/mO8IAw26b9
  • RT @caterinaconti: Yes! Carbon tax dollars for SDGs. Via ⁦@ensiamediahttps://t.co/aaF3poYlN8
  • RT @EntoAriel: “If our overall goal is healthier soil and environment, she adds, then companies need to work together to build a s… https://t.co/4XNfSqpkdg
  • RT @StephenLeahy: A well-planned #climate policy package that includes a carbon price in most nations can keep help us dodge catastro… https://t.co/bgRAX3TQgA
  • RT @GabelHarrison: John Vidal of @ensiamedia covers some of the potential megacities that may arise in the next 80 years. Here Come t… https://t.co/glcP2KTLJT

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