At The Conversation: “The activists’ playbook behind Obama’s Keystone rejection”

My first-ever analysis piece in The Conversation was published yesterday. The piece analyzes how climate change activists — especially 350.org — influenced President Obama’s decision to reject the Keystone XL pipeline, and what this victory means in the near future for… Continue Reading

More than sun and rum: The incredible communicative richness of Puerto Rico

Cross-posted from the April 2015 edition of the ICA newsletter. I remember my excitement when I learned that the 2015 ICA conference would be held in Puerto Rico. Not only would I get to see friends and family well before… Continue Reading

New pub about online climate activism in “Environmental Politics”

More news on the publication front: my first peer-reviewed journal article based my dissertation is now published. It’s called “Climate change advocacy online: theories of change, target audiences, and online strategy,” and it’s available from Taylor & Francis’ Environmental Politics journal. Environmental Politics has… Continue Reading