Freelance Climate and Environmental Journalist

Meg Duff is a freelance journalist and audio producer from Northern California. Currently based in North Brooklyn, she's been indulging her nostalgia for green space by writing about trees. Discover In-N-Out Burger's palm tree plans, commiserate with fungi experiencing inflation or take a redwood's-eye-view of the next 2,000 years.

Meg’s reporting appears in Slate, Scientific American, MIT Technology Review, Capital & Main, Drilled and elsewhere. Her stories on the fossil fuel industry have been republished by Mother Jones and Fast Company. When not writing about how climate change is reshaping ecosystems and communities (and what we can do about it), Meg also reports on health, technology and culture. Read about how Wi-Fi is watching you, what California buys at Walgreens and why you might be a worm.

Meg is a member of the Society of Environmental Journalists and IRE. She is available for reporting, editing and fact checking. Want to work together? Get in touch.