Jack Chang is interested in researching new strategies for communicating sustainability policy and science, as well as for improving renewable energy development and environmental governance in developing countries. He has worked as a journalist for two decades in California, Washington, D.C., Latin America and China, for companies such as The Associated Press, McClatchy and The Sacramento Bee. He earned a bachelor’s in English from UC Berkeley, a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University and a master’s in creative writing from UC Riverside.
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