Science & Environmental Journalist
Gloria Dickie is an award-winning freelance journalist specializing in climate change, biodiversity conservation, land management, Arctic geopolitics, population, and food sustainability.
Gloria has reported from across the United States and Canada, and from around the world. She has filed stories from the Norwegian Archipelago of Svalbard, 650 miles from the North Pole; trekked through the cloud forests of Ecuador and Peru; covered violent protests in Paris during the 2015 United Nations climate negotiations; and tracked wild pandas in the Min Mountains of Sichuan.
Her work appears in National Geographic, The Atlantic, The Guardian, Huffington Post, Pacific Standard, Outside, Wired, BioGraphic, High Country News Magazine, Yale Environment 360, InsideClimate News, Mongabay, Undark, Vice, Canadian Geographic, Hakai Magazine, The Walrus, and Adventure Journal Magazine, among others. In 2018, she was named a National Geographic Explorer in storytelling. Her forthcoming book on the bears of the world will be published by W.W. Norton.
Gloria was a 2017 writer-in-residence in the Banff Centre's Environmental Reportage program with Naomi Klein; a 2017 National Tropical Botanical Garden Environmental Journalism Fellow in Kauai, Hawaii; a 2016 University of Alaska Fairbanks Arctic Journalism Fellow; and 2016 Earth Journalism Network Biodiversity Fellow in Mexico. In December 2017, she received the inaugural Food Sustainability Media Award (Print) from Thomson Reuters Foundation in Milan, Italy. In 2019, she was nominated for a National Magazine Award in the short feature category. She also serves on the board of directors of the Society of Environmental Journalists.
She graduated from the University of Colorado with a master's degree in journalism and graduate certificate in environmental policy. While her reporting keeps her on the road, she's previously lived in and reported from Washington, DC; British Columbia; and Boulder, Colorado.
To get in touch with Gloria about possible assignments or send news tips, please email email@example.com. Her literary work is represented by the Strothman Agency.
Notable Field Experience: China, Ecuador, France, Iceland, India, Mexico, Nepal, Norway, Peru, Svalbard, Tibet Autonomous Prefectures, Vietnam, United States
In the Media
Click to view the PDF version of my resume.
The Seedy World of Plant Poaching, The Walrus, March 2019 (PDF) (republished in Reader's Digest and Beside Magazine)
Green Glove, Iron Fist, bioGraphic, December 2018
ARCTIC + ANTARCTIC
THE ARCTIC and SUBARCTIC
THE AMERICAN WEST
tibet autonomous prefectures
If you have questions or comments about my work, or wish to get in touch with me regarding possible reporting assignments, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.