Andrew Revkin has reported on global environmental risk and solutions for 40 years – mostly for The New York Times. He began writing about global warming in 1988 and has never stopped, pursuing related questions from the North Pole to the Amazon to the White House and conveying what he’s learned across all media formats. A 2006 Guggenheim Fellowship helped him launch his pioneering and award-winning Dot Earth blog at The Times. In 2019 he founded the Initiative on Communication and Sustainability at Columbia University’s Earth Institute, which is now the Columbia Climate School. There he fosters cross-disciplinary collaboration, writes his Sustain What dispatch (revkin.substack.com) and runs his Sustain What webcast, which has reached some 3 million viewers through more than 360 episodes. Revkin has written or co-written five lauded books on environmental themes, most notably The Burning Season, his 1990 biography of slain Amazon defender Chico Mendes, which won a Robert F. Kennedy Book Award and was the basis for the Emmy- and Golden-Globe-Winning HBO film of the same name. In spare moments Revkin is a performing songwriter. Born and raised in Rhode Island, he now lives in coastal Maine with his wife and sometime co-author Lisa Mechaley. Learn more at http://j.mp/revkinlinks.