Daniel Potter

Author Daniel Potter

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Daniel Potter is Terra.do's lead climate writer. His science communications work has also included reporting for NPR and writing for the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Natural History Museum of Utah.

Daniel Potter is Terra.do's lead climate writer. His science communications work has also included reporting for NPR and writing for the Monterey Bay Aquarium and the Natural History Museum of Utah.

Climate Anxious? Try Climate Action.
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Climate Anxious? Try Climate Action.

We know what it's like to worry about the climate crisis. Doing something about it often helps people feel better.

How Will Terra.do Help Me Land a Climate Job?
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How Will Terra.do Help Me Land a Climate Job?

Insights from our first four years of our Climate Change: Learning for Action fellowship

What’s a Typical Week Like in Our Learning for Action Course?
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What’s a Typical Week Like in Our Learning for Action Course?

Here’s what you can expect as a fellow in our flagship climate action accelerator.

What’s With the Name Terra.do?
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What’s With the Name Terra.do?

The answer ties in with our mission to accelerate climate action.

Carbon Dioxide Removal Projects Need Standards for Credibility. A New Report Found 102 of Them.
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Carbon Dioxide Removal Projects Need Standards for Credibility. A New Report Found 102 of Them.

If a tree falls in the woods and it isn't monitored, verified, and reported, did the CDR project it's part of really happen?

Do Fossil Fuel Subsidies Make Any Sense at All?
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Do Fossil Fuel Subsidies Make Any Sense at All?

Estimates of the size of fossil fuel subsidies vary wildly—and don't all flow in the direction you might think. We explore why.

A Key Tactic in Climate Conversations: Listening
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A Key Tactic in Climate Conversations: Listening

Motivating people toward climate action is as much about getting to know them as about facts and fear.