The not-so-invisible damage from VW diesel cheat: $100 million in health costs
Article for theconversation.com on estimated health damages from Volkswagen emissions associated with rigging in-vehicle software. The article was picked up by Fortune, Grist, and Quartz. Total readership exceeded 25,000.
Why new US ozone standards aren’t enough to protect health and the environment
Article for theconversation.com explaining the new US ozone standards, in global context.
"Science By the Pint", Aeronaut Brewery
Noelle Selin and her research group present at "Science By the Pint" evening at a local brewery, on links between air pollution and climate change, in September 2015.
Mercury Science and Policy at MIT blog
Collaborative blog written with MIT students, launched during a field trip to the final negotiating session of the global mercury treaty.
Class Blog: COP-19
Noelle Selin's class blogged about their "virtual field trip" watching the webcast of climate change negotiations during COP-19 in 2013.
Author of articles on carbon offset, carbon footprint, atmospheric brown cloud, carbon sequestration, renewable energy, wind power, and tidal power.