Daniel Grossman has been a print journalist and radio and web producer for 30 years. He holds a Ph.D. in political science and a B.S. in physics, both from MIT. He contributes frequently to Yale Climate Connections and Yale Environment 360. He was an Alicia Patterson Foundation Fellow in 2008. He was awarded a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado in Boulder in 1999, where he studied climate science. He has reported from all seven continents, including from near both the south and north poles. He has produced radio stories and documentaries on science and the environment for National Public Radio’s shows Here and Now and Weekend Edition; Public Radio International’s show on the environment Living on Earth and news magazine, The World; the Australian Broadcasting Corporation; Germany’s Deutsche Welle radio; the BBC; and the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, among other broadcast outlets. He has written for the New York Times, The Boston Globe, Discover, Audubon, Scientific American, and Science, among other national publications.
Grossman has received many awards for his work. He wrote and produced the app book “Deep Water: As Polar Ice Melts, Scientists Debate How High Our Oceans Will Rise” (TED Books, 2012). He is coauthor of “A Scientist’s Guide to Talking with the Media: Practical Advice from the Union of Concerned Scientists.”