Mongabay’s reporting was cited in the third quarter of 2021 by outlets ranging from The Washington Post to Bloomberg News, NASA, UOL, The Telegraph, Southern Times-Africa, Science and Christian Science Monitor.
Numerous media outlets also chose to republish entire Mongabay features, such as Rappler, EFE, Now This and Earth Island Journal did – we encourage fellow media outlets to republish Mongabay features in their own publications, and one can review our Creative Commons policy and guidelines here.
Our reporting was also discussed on the airwaves: Mongabay staff writer Hans Nicholas Jong appeared on Radio New Zealand to discuss his reporting on Indonesia’s ongoing reliance on coal for electricity generation, while editors Glenn Scherer and Erik Hoffner were interviewed on WHMP-FM 95.3 about the ongoing series on Planetary Boundaries and climate solutions.
Mongabay regularly makes its writers and editors available for interviews and speaking engagements like this, learn more and see a list of staff that do interviews here.
Here’s a brief selection of places where the Mongabay team’s work appeared during the third quarter of 2021:
Axios (via Yahoo News), Bloomberg News, California News Times, Carbon Brief, Christian Science Monitor, Civil Eats, Circle of Blue, Counter Currents, Dialogo Military Magazine, The Diplomat, EFE-Spain, Earth Island Journal, Eco-Business, The Federal News, Global Landscape News, Global Voices, The Hill, How Stuff Works, In These Times, Initium, Insight Crime, International Business Times, The Kansas Reflector, Living on Earth, Market Research Telecast, Mexico News Daily, Minnesota Public Radio, Modern Ghana, NASA Earth Observatory, NASDAQ.com, Nature, The Negros Chronicle, News Postwall, New Security Beat, The News Minute, NewsClick, Now This, Nuclear Engineering News, Oregon Public Broadcasting, Pakistan Technology Times, Plant Based News, Pratt News, Public Radio International, Radio New Zealand, Rappler, SFist, Science, Scroll, Scottish Sun, Seattle Times, Sentient Media, Smithsonian, Southern Times of Africa, The Sun Journal, The Swaddle, The Telegraph, The Third Pole, Treehugger, UOL, The U.S. Sun, VICE, Vox, WHMP-95.3 FM, Washington Newsday, Washington Post, WhoWhatWhy, The Wire, Yahoo News, and Yale Climate Connections.
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