I cover the environment, science, and technology.
Emily Gertz is a journalist and editor covering environment, science, and technology--from urban resilience to flame retardants in harbor seals, innovative "green" skyscrapers to toxic sex toys, climate change politics to lab-grown meat, and quite a few things in between.
Her work has appeared (online and in print) in Popular Science, Popular Mechanics, Rolling Stone, Ensia, Scientific American, Grist, OnEarth, Whole Living, Dwell, Talking Points Memo, Worldchanging, and more.
Emily's book credits include:
Co-author, "Atmospheric Monitoring with Arduino," (O'Reilly/Maker Media 2012);
Co-author, "Environmental Monitoring with Arduino" (O'Reilly/Maker Media 2012);
Contributor, "The Science Writers' Handbook" (2013 Da Capo);
Contributor, "Worldchanging: A User's Guide for the 21st Century" (2010 Abrams).
Online since 1989, Emily cut her journalist's teeth as an environmental news producer during the salad days of digital news for OregonLive.com, the web site of The Oregonian newspaper.
Emily is a current board member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, and organizes the SEJ-NYC Meetup on Meetup.com.