Outside Online: 2,400-word social justice/essay. Antisemitic Statements by a Climbing Pioneer Prompt the American Alpine Club to Rename a Prestigious...
A review of environmental scientist Lauren Oakes' 2018 release, In Search of the Canary Tree.
Explainer about windborne dust and carbon's effect on premature runoff, and the ongoing efforts of NASA's Tom Painter to estimate future trends.
An examination of how the Bureau of Economic Analysis codified outdoor industry's contributions to gross domestic product, and what that means for outdoor recreation writ large.
A 5,200-word profile of Joshua Tree National Park and its superintendent, David Smith.
Feature profile of Alpinist Magazine’s editor-in-chief, Katie Ives, and her influence on mountain literature. Also a review of her book,...
An essay exploring COVID-19, as it relates to both grief and outdoor adventure.
A look into how and why adventure athletes evolved into motivational speakers for big industry.
A feature-length tongue-in-cheek review of UC Berkeley's Science of Happiness course. The Outside piece was later picked up by The Guardian.
Researchers Lauren Oaks and Nik Sawe converted Oakes' doctoral research into music, a process called sonification. This piece explains how and why.