Maria Parazo Rose

Former Editorial Intern / Contributor

Maria Parazo Rose is a spatial data analyst at Grist, where she reports on and makes maps about Indigenous affairs, fortress conservation, and climate migration. She graduated with a Masters from MIT’s Science Writing program, where she wrote her thesis about the long term impacts of the 2019 floods on Nebraska’s farming communities and the resistance against adaptive farming techniques. Prior to working as a journalist, she spent a few years in Chiang Mai, Thailand working with a local NGO on migrant rights and statelessness. Her work can be found in Grist, the New York Focus, Popular Science, The Allegheny Front, and NPR.

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