Emma is a UK-based journalist who covers stories on health, science, technology, food, and the environment. Her work on these subjects has appeared in publications including The Guardian, WIRED Magazine UK, Audubon, Yale e360, The Atlantic, and Live Science. She is a blogger for Anthropocene Magazine where she writes about the future of agriculture, and she works as a writer and editor of animated video scripts for TED Education. Emma has a masters degree in science, health and environmental reporting from New York University. In 2016 she was the recipient of a fellowship from the International Reporting Project, which took her to Morocco to report on climate change and traditional livelihoods.
This project explores how the opportunities arising from female-driven efforts in civil society, policy, and science are bringing about progress to reduce maternal mortality in three countries.