Gloria Dickie

Gloria Dickie is a freelance journalist who covers science and the environment, with a focus on climate change, human-wildlife conflict, food security and the Arctic. Her work appears in The Walrus, National Geographic, The Atlantic, Canadian Geographic, Wired, bioGraphic and Hakai, among others. She also serves on the board of the international Society of Environmental Journalists. Gloria previously lived in and reported from Boulder, Colorado; Washington, DC; Toronto, Ontario; and Prince Rupert, British Columbia. Today, she's a full-time nomadic journalist — with a storage locker on Vancouver Island. You can read more of her writing at www.gloriadickie.com.

Stories by Gloria Dickie

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