Elizabeth Kolbert discusses the relationship between the Covid-19 pandemic and climate change and how both are exacerbating inequality as well as how journalism has changed as a result of Covid-19.
Elizabeth Kolbert is an American journalist and author of the Pulitzer Prize-winning book “The Sixth Extinction.” She serves as an observer and commentator for “The New Yorker” magazine and participated in their Bellagio Center residency in 2019.
- Elizabeth Kolbert Staff Writer, The New Yorker Elizabeth Kolbert has been a staff writer for The New Yorker since 1999. She has written dozens of pieces for the magazine, including profiles of Senator Hillary Clinton, Mayor Michael Bloomberg, and former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani. Her series on global warming, “The Climate of Man,” appeared in The New Yorker in the spring of 2005 and won the American Association […]