My Name is Tatiana Eaves and I am many things.
I am an ecologist, policy analyst, photographer, writer, and science communicator. My passions lie in environmental policy, systems ecology, and environmental sociology. With my multidisciplinary background, I work to protect the rights of the people and the environment we reside within by promoting scientific integrity, climate justice, scientific literacy and illustrating the role and importance of science in our everyday lives. I have given various talks, interviews, and workshops aimed to increase policy engagement and communication skills among scientists and other stakeholders. And to be honest, I’m a bit of a green romantic.
PHOTO CREDIT: Katelyn Cartwright
The Clark Group (Environmental Associate)
Ricochet Science (Science Writer)
AGU’s Thriving Earth Exchange (Community Science Fellow)(volunteer)
American Association for the Advancement of Science (Editorial Coordinator, Science Advances)
United States Geological Survey (Outreach Coordinator, Refugia Research Coalition)
Our Climate Voices (Outreach and Communications Director)
John Hopkins University Science Policy Group (Blog Manager)
Why am I not a tree,
Thriving through the chaos of every year,
Growing taller and stronger.
Why am I a human,
Aiding in the destruction,
And shamed for wanting it to end.