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Zoe Sayler

Editorial Fellow, Grist

Location icon United States

please enjoy my hilarious articles

Stanford Class of 2018, BA Communication

Published in: Grist, The Seattle Times, Smithsonian Magazine, Stanford Daily, The Olympian, Peninsula Press, MINT Magazine

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09/12/2019
People who don't trust scientists might just need to Skype one

Communicating with students via video chat, obliging experts have answered all manner of questions: “Have you researched the lost city of Atlantis?” “Would you rather marry a clam or be a clam?” And this, especially burning query: “Is Jupiter made of farts?”

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08/01/2019
How can I get a job that fights climate change?

This advice goes out to all the climate-conscious teens out there. And, at least career-wise, I have some good news: There’s never been a better market for a climate-related job.

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07/22/2019
How 21 meddling kids could force a climate turnaround

Back in 2015, a pack of 21 kids sued the United States to try to force government action on climate change. Four years later, that case - Juliana v. United States, or, affectionately, Youth v. Gov - is still tangled up in the courts. And the kids are losing their patience.

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