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Christina Nunez

Christina Nunez is a writer based near Washington, D.C. She spent five years at National Geographic covering energy for the website, including stories about the hidden clean energy labyrinths underneath cities, the scientific effort to find and fix the places where the world is hemorrhaging methane, and Californian farmers converting crops to solar panels. Before that, she worked as a digital editor and producer at media outlets including NPR and AOL.

She also had the privilege of interviewing each and every one of National Geographic's incredible 2016 class of emerging explorers, and she continues to write about energy, innovation, and other topics for Nat Geo and elsewhere.

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