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Caroline is a science writer; from blogging about climate change and editing scientific papers to her meticulously-researched fiction, her projects blend science and story. She grew up in Delaware and attended various small, odd schools, mostly in New England. She lives in Maryland with her husband and assorted animals.
Caroline has a BA in Environmental Leadership and an MS in Conservation Biology. She is the author of the blog, Climate in Emergency and two novels, To Give a Rose and Ecological Memory. Her short non-fiction, and occasionally her short fiction, has appeared in multiple publications, including *Pangaia, Dreamstreets, *and Appalachia. You can look up her latest exploits on her website, News From Caroline
Joe is an adventurer and outdoors writer. He has a professional background in ecology, wildlife management and environmental consultancy; caters for nature-based tourism; and regularly contributes to fishing, hunting and outdoors publications. To contact Joe http://paddlewild.com.au
Heather is an experienced writer, editor, and researcher with a strong science background in the geological and biological sciences.
Freelance copy editor for the Geological Society of America. As a pioneering digital nomad since 2015, she continues to move around the globe and explore despite obstacles. Her travels settled down during 2019/2020 when she resided on a lush hillside in the Indian Himalayas.
Her boots on the ground exploration of this planet are evident in her writing style. Favourite topics include international travel, mankind’s understanding of stewardship on Earth through science and education, health/nutrition, and meditation. An avid scuba diver since childhood, she claims diving greatly swayed her heart and mind toward marine wildlife conservation issues.
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