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Andrew Revkin

Andrew Revkin

Andrew Revkin

Andrew Revkin (2013-2019) is both a media professional and an academic whose expertise focuses on multi-disciplinary topics spanning a range of environmental issues and their communication to the public. He is most well known as an environmental science writer at The New York Times (1995-2009), and for his Dot Earth blog, which he launched in 2007 and moved to the Opinion section of The Times in 2010; dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com). Since 2010, he has also been the Senior Fellow for Applied Environmental Studies (Full Professor equivalent) at Pace University’s Pace Academy for Applied Environmental Studies, where he teaches courses on online communication, documentary film and environmental communication. He has written three highly regarded and award-winning books (The Burning Season, Global Warming: Understanding the Forecast, and The North Pole Was Here), articles in academic journals, and most prolifically, innumerable columns and blog posts for The Times. For his journalism he has received, among other awards, a Guggenheim Fellowship (2006), two AAAS Science Journalism Awards, and he is the only two-time winner of the National Academy Sciences Journalism Award (2002, print; 2011 on-line). For more information about Professor Revkin’s current articles visit: http://dotearth.blogs.nytimes.com/author/andrew-c-revkin/

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