Catalina Arevalo is a science writer and multimedia communicator. For the last decade she has worked as a correspondent, editor, and producer for the world’s largest Spanish-language news organization, EFE, primarily covering climate change, energy, biodiversity, and sustainable development.
Based in Madrid, she was co-founder of EFEverde, EFE’s online platform for environmental news. Arevalo is expert in climate change communication.
She plans to spend January and June 2015 at the Institute.
CNRS (Centre national de la recherche scientifique) in the IPhT (Institut de Physique Theorique), of CEA in Saclay, France.
Kevin Allison is a Chicago-based journalist and commentator focused on the intersection of business, science and markets. Since 2011, he has covered topics ranging from climate change to corporate takeovers for Breakingviews, Reuters' financial commentary service. Prior to Reuters, he wrote for the Financial Times from London, New York, and San Francisco. He also worked at an investment bank. Kevin's work has appeared in The New York Times' DealBook, the International Herald Tribune, and Slate. He holds degrees from Harvard University and the University of Missouri, and was a Fulbright Scholar in Vienna, Austria. Kevin plans to spend August 2015 at SFI.
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