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Telling the city's eight million stories
Emily Gertz, 1 Jan 06

Clean energy entrepreneurs, Inuit leaders challenging the political status quo on global warming, and films about penguins and grizzly bears...2005 was a year where I had the privilege of hearing and talking with many fascinating people, and seeing my reporting and writing on what they're doing to change the world in digital print. As a freelancer transitioning from being a web producer/online content specialist who can also write and edit, to an environmentally-focused writer who knows an awful lot about creating online content, I got to spend about half my time writing on environmental news and other topics this year -- and I look forward to more in 2006. I continue to consult with non-profits and small companies in NYC on web design, content, and blogging. And with the much-appreciated help of Jon L., I'll soon be launching my OneAtlantic project, in the form of a new blog devoted to exploring the interconnections of environment, development, communities, politics, economics, culture, and the future on North America's Atlantic coast.

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Hey emily, we should link up. I love finding good local content to link into for my readers at The Oil Drum.

Posted by: peakguy on 3 Jan 06

sounds great -- I'll drop you a line.

Posted by: Emily Gertz on 3 Jan 06



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