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Jaqueline Sordi

Jaqueline Sordi

Jaqueline Sordi is a Brazilian journalist and biologist, with a Masters degree in Environmental Journalism. Currently a member of the Laboratory for Environmental Narrative Strategies in the Institute of the Environment and Sustainability at UCLA.

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 Los Angeles backyards are a patchwork of natural habitats. (featured) | Still from "Earth Focus" episode on urban habitats.
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Backyard Citizen Scientists Unravel Richness of Urban Habitat

A community science program is helping both researchers and citizens understand how vibrant of a nature sanctuary Los Angeles really is.
Plants growing amid broken concrete and rubble at Taylor Yard. | Courtney Cecale
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Earth Focus

Cleaning Up Taylor Yard

What will it take to turn contaminated land into a green and vibrant park? The answer is not easy.
 Notes marking public input on map of Taylor Yard. (large) | Jaqueline Sordi
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Earth Focus

Taylor Yard: How to Get Involved

What would you want at a 42-acre park in your neighborhood to look like?
Tracks at Taylor Yard
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Taylor Yard Timeline: From Abandoned Site to 'Crown Jewel'

A timeline exploring Taylor Yard's history, beginning with its early days as home to the Tongva people, then its rise and fall as a rail yard, and finally how it has become a key site to L.A. River's revitalization plans. 
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