Nadja Popovich is a graphics editor at The New York Times, where she covers climate science, energy policy and the real-world impacts of our warming world. She is particularly interested in using interactivity and personalization to help readers more viscerally relate to the effects of climate change through data.

Previously, she was an interactive reporter at The Guardian U.S., focusing on public health, science and politics. She has won numerous design and journalism awards for her work and contributed to two projects honored with Emmy Awards for new approaches to digital storytelling.
Visualizing Climate Change

Climate change is one of the greatest threats of our time. But it is slow-moving, large scale and often invisible, challenging our collective ability to understand its reach. In this session, I’ll talk about how newsrooms like The New York Times use graphics and data visualization to make climate change more real and immediate for our readers.