Arif Noori, Author at State of the Planet

Arif Noori is the founder of the State of the Planet blog. He got his start in web development over twenty years ago and has received Webby Awards for his work on the Earth Institute website and two Webby Award honorees for the State of the Planet blog (in the science category). [ website ]

Recent Posts

Tech Tips for Working Remotely During COVID-19

We’ve compiled this list of free tools that you can use to help you work independently and collaboratively with your team.

by |March 16, 2020

Role-Reversal (and Some Fun) at AGU

Francesco Fiondella is normally behind the scenes writing web stories, developing audio slideshows and videos for the International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI). But at this year’s annual American Geophysical Union (AGU), the tables were turned for a brief moment. He was video ambushed by climate scientist Andrew Robertson and forced to explain… read more

by |December 18, 2012

Climate Scientist to World: “Ask me Anything”

“After the warm winter, is this summer going to be insanely hot?”

by |June 1, 2012

A chorus of bloggers passes the 1,000 mark on the Earth Institute’s State of the Planet

As the State of the Planet blog surpassed 1,000 entries, we decided to take a look at the numbers and compile a list of the 10 most visited pages. Some are individual postings; others are pages that highlight our coverage of conferences, expeditions or programs. Since our launch, we’ve brought you posts from expeditions in… read more

by |May 2, 2011