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Alissa Greenberg

Alissa Greenberg

Alissa Greenberg is a freelance writer based in Berkeley. She writes about science, culture, and hidden histories for publications including TIME, The Atlantic, the New Yorker, and the Washington Post. Her skills include navigating foreign transit systems, losing sunglasses, and detecting Boston accents from a mile away.

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Students from all backgrounds offer their ideas on how to address sea level rise in their own communities throughout the Bay Area.
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In a Hong Kong where enormous banyan trees shade the ruins of one of the world’s first industrial dairy farms, citizens are taking a greater stance in protecting their cultural heritage and endangered wildlife.
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