Rachel Clark is an established science and environment writer, and trained biologist. Along with working as a science writer for Cornell University’s Program on Breast Cancer and Environmental Risk Factors, providing scripts for the Earth & Sky Radio Series, writing for major science textbook companies, and being solicited as a writer for the Joint Fire Science Program, she also has a BA in Biology, and a MS in Zoology with her research on animal behavior published in peer-reviewed journals. Rachel has reported on everything from the impacts of toxins on human health, to the state of the world’s oceans, to climate change, and much more. With the privilege of interviewing some of the world’s most important scientists on a scope of issues pertaining to human impact on the natural world, has come a profound solidarity with the global uprising of people committed to achieving world harmony, including a thriving, secure, and livable future in our lifetimes. Rachel has been a member of the National Association of Science Writers and the Society for Environmental Journalists since 1997.
Like so many others, I woke up one day to find myself divorced. Yet today I am joyously remarried to my ex-husband.
How did this happen? And what did we learn?