KPCC (2008-15)

For eight years, I was environment reporter at Southern California Public Radio, KPCC-FM.

Why California may be setting an example for other water scarce places. Minnesota Public Radio, November 5, 2015.

Californians Consider New Ways To Share Water. NPR, October 16, 2015.

California governor signs aggressive climate change bill. Southern California Public Radio, October 10, 2015.

Troubled ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance to get new owner. Southern California Public Radio, September 30, 2015.

Future of Water: Can California’s arcane water rights system change? Southern California Public Radio, September 17, 2015.

Forecasters Predict Powerful El Nino To Bring Rain To The Dry West. NPR, August 13, 2015

California drought: City of Riverside sues over water restrictions. Southern California Public Radio, June 10, 2015

California Builders Prepare For Future Water Needs As Population Grows. NPR, May 13, 2015

California’s #droughtshaming. On The Media, April 10, 2015

In Long Beach, Calif., Smart Meters Spot Wasteful Water Users. NPR, April 6, 2015

In California’s Fourth Year Of Drought, New Regulations and $1 Billion In Relief. NPR, March 22, 2015

Hermosa Beach Voters Face Tough Choice: Allow Drilling or Pay Oil Company $17.5 Million. KQED’s The California Report, March 3, 2015

Despite California’s Drought, Taps Still Flowing In LA County. NPR, July 20, 2014

A series on Proposition 37, a GMO labeling measure on the ballot in 2012.
Part I: Fight over Prop 37 and genetically modified food heats up. Southern California Public Radio, Take Two, October 17, 2012

BP in Deep Water with Scientific Integrity Advocates. Science Progress, June 6, 2012

Reviving the Lower Owens River. Southern California Public Radio, July 11, 2011

Protesters detained in Barbie-themed Greenpeace protest of Mattel over Indonesian rainforest. Southern California Public Radio, June 7, 2011

Following a drug enforcement raid in the Angeles National Forest. Southern California Public Radio, August 18, 2011

Gains Made Against California Fire. NPR, September 1, 2009

Kindle Review with Queena Kim and Tanya Jo Miller. CyberFrequencies. August 15, 2009

Deep Springs College, men-only for nearly a century, plans to admit women. Southern California Public Radio, The Madeleine Brand Show, June 12, 2012