Eric Sorensen has been reporting and writing for 30 years, often on scientific and environmental issues. A graduate of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, he was the Palouse bureau chief of the Spokesman-Review and science writer for the Seattle Times.
He has edited at the magazines Conservation and Pacific Northwest Yachting, and co-authored the book, Seven Wonders for a Cool Planet: Everyday Things to Help Solve Global Warming. He has also worked with conservationists and scientists throughout the West in dealing with the media.
He is currently the science writer for Washington State Magazine, the quarterly magazine of Washington State University. Please come prepared to ask Eric a question about his career and his experience covering scientific and environmental topics.