Protect Earth Newsmagazine Protect Earth Newsmagazine provides in-depth coverage of how America is addressing the climate crises. Systemic racism has held back progress, along with the deep pockets of industries that don’t want to change the status quo. But there has been, and is, ongoing progress to abate climate change. Protect Earth Newsmagazine highlights what lawmakers from the local level […]
Protect Earth Newsmagazine
Protect Earth Newsmagazine provides in-depth coverage of how America is addressing the climate crises. Systemic racism has held back progress, along with the deep pockets of industries that don’t want to change the status quo. But there has been, and is, ongoing progress to abate climate change.
Protect Earth Newsmagazine highlights what lawmakers from the local level on up to the Federal Government are doing to protect the earth. We also report on community ingenuity and innovations that will help the U.S.A. transition to being powered by 100 percent, clean renewable energy.
We hope elected officials from around the country will find our magazine a resource. What one city council is doing in Maine may become an inspiration for a lawmaker from a state on the other side of the country and visa-versa.
We are an in-print and online publication with important updates posted as they occur in our latest news section.
Ramona du Houx – Managing Editor/Reporter
Ramona has lifetime of experience in journalism with a passion to impart the truth through storytelling. She’s written for the American Indian Smithsonian, other noted publications, and is an author. Ramona is also the Executive Director of Maine Insights newsmagazine which she founded in 2005, and cofounder of the non-profit Solon Center for Research and Publishing.
Brianna Cunliffe – Chief Investigative Reporter
Brianna heralds from Wilmington, North Carolina. “The climate crisis is personal for me. I’ve grown up watching my home and community face the devastation of worsening storms each hurricane season.” Brianna wrote for the Bowdoin Orient.
Sarah Heins – Investigative Reporter
From Long Island, New York, Sarah faced flooding, sea level rise, and worsening storms due to climate change. She hopes her reporting will improve the world we are living by telling the truth about the dangers of climate change.
Christopher Douglass – Investigative Reporter
Christopher Douglass is a second-year Master of Public Policy (MPP) student at American University’s School of Public Affairs. He grew up in Cleveland, Ohio, and earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Loyola University Chicago in Public Relations and Advertising. Christopher spent several years working in client relations for various tech companies and now uses his skills in data analysis and communications to advance environmental policy. In 2020 he was named a William K. Reilly Environmental Governance & Leadership Scholar by the AU Center for Environmental Policy. Upon graduation Christopher plans to help businesses and governments transition to a green economy which operates within the boundaries for a sustainable and prosperous future. In his free time, he is a novice gardener and volunteers with a local conservation group (Restore Mass Ave) in Washington D.C.
Miriam Wellstrom – Investigative Reporter
Miriam grew up in the beautiful mountains of Northern New Mexico, which helped spark her interest in protecting the environment. She is devoted to creating lasting social change through government advocacy and legislation.
Horace Wang – Investigative Reporter
Horace hails from Hong Kong. He is passionate about environmental policy and the intersection between environmentalism and government.
Olivia Baaten – Investigative Reporter
Olivia is interested in environmental policy and its intersection with advocacy. In her free time, she sings with a cappella group. Olivia is also a graphic artist and puts together our Science Mondays.
Korina Lopez – Graphics/Social Media
Kory is from Pomona, California. She’s dedicated in helping underserved communities. “My goal is to be able to give those communities affected by climate change a voice.”
Maegan Brejnik – Investigative Reporter
Maegan is passionate about investigating social and environmental sustainability.
Protect Earth Newsmagazine is a project of the nonprofit 501(c)3 Solon Center for Research and Publishing and EOPA.