Much of our work has focused on the ways in which we depend on our environment–and vice versa. We’ve been honored to help researchers get their findings and ideas beyond the sphere of academia to reach K-12 students and the broader public.
Duke Nicholas School Web Content
In support of a major web overhaul for the website of Duke University’s Nicholas School of the Environment, our team consulted on information architecture, created page templates for content and layout, and revitalized or created dozens of web pages.
Extreme Event Game
This role-playing game about disaster resilience won a Gold Medal in the International Serious Play Awards when it was first released.
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
This booklet, intended for a lay audience and students, summarizes anticipated impacts of climate change on ecosystems in seven regions of the United States.
This unique product offers information about the different types of pollinators and their preferences, along with beneficial plants to add to your garden to support these important critters.
Podcasts on the Environment
Our podcast episodes feature interviews with experts from around the world and cover high-impact environmental issues such as climate change, chemical exposures, children’s health and more.
Science + Society
Our team regularly produces articles and newsletters for the Thriving Earth Exchange of the American Geophysical Union highlighting ways communities and scientists are working together to build a better world.
Anne wrote the script for this 6-minute documentary and conducted on-camera interviews with experts while a graduate student in UNC’s Medical and Science Journalism program.
Earth Observations from Space
Anne developed this suite of materials to highlight the value of satellite-based observations of Earth for research and innovation.
Superfund Review Video and Training
As part of a previous job with government contractor MDB, Inc., Anne produced this video and narrated training presentation for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.