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Erica Gies

Erica Gies is an independent journalist who writes about the core requirements for life – water and energy – from Victoria, British Columbia (Canada), and San Francisco. Her work appears in The New York Times, Scientific American, Nature, The Guardian, The Economist, Forbes, and other outlets. She also writes about science, waste of many kinds, creatures, and more.


Articles (2)

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Feature/Challenges along Guyana’s alternative development path

Can a forest conservation programme funded by Norway keep the nation’s forests intact while respecting indigenous rights and fostering other economic interests?

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Feature/Low-lying Vietnam is squeezed between its neighbours and the rising seas

Climate change, heavy-handed water management, and upstream dams are changing the Mekong Delta, pushing residents to adapt.