Justine Calma is a journalist reporting on science and the environment for Vox Media’s The Verge. She previously covered environmental justice and health for Grist.org. Since the adoption of the Paris climate accord in 2015, Justine has covered the effects of climate change across four continents. Her work can be found on NBC News, PBS, PRI’s The World, WNYC, FiveThirtyEight, Quartz, Wired, HuffPost, Mother Jones, Business Insider, and The GroundTruth Project, among others. She is an alumna of Columbia Journalism School’s Toni Stabile investigative program and the Ida B. Wells fellowship at The Nation Institute’s Investigative Fund. Justine was born in the Philippines, immigrated to Los Angeles as a child, and is now based in New York City.