Nathaniel Rich

Nathaniel Rich is a writer-at-large for the New York Times Magazine whose latest piece, “Losing Earth: The Decade We Almost Stopped Climate Change”, is a landmark investigation into our current climate crisis. We discuss the 18 month process of writing this story, the moral obligation we have to preserve the world around us, what the planet may look like in 30-40 years, and how he believes we can combat the terrifying future ahead.Show notes:

  • Nathaniel talked about John Mercer, who predicted the melting of the ice caps 50 years ago. 
  • The Atlantic wrote an article in response to Nathaniel’s piece on climate change.  
  • Here is a link to Nathaniel’s article about climate change.
  • Nathaniel’s website has information about his work and upcoming events.

The show is produced by Dylan Peck. Illustrations by Krishna Shenoi.