Follow the Carbon (2018)
The Death of Carbon: Or the Reincarnation of the Low-Carbon City (2018)
“Low Carbon Leisure, Low Carbon Pleasure,” by Dominic Boyer, Daniel Aldana Cohen, and Cymene Howe (2017)
(My presentation at ~ 8:00)
Ashley Dawson and Daniel Aldana Cohen • Urban Life in the Era of Climate Change (2018)
A conversation on the future of air travel (The Architectural League)
A conversation on shipping and climate change (The Architectural League)
What Does Climate Migration Really Look Like? Hot & Bothered special collaboration with Cited podcast. 2017.
“‘It’s worse than you think:’ PR strategies around climate change”, on “Press Play”, KCRW Santa Monica. 2017.
Segment in “The Fate of the Planet and Healthcare”, KPFA Berkeley. 2017.
Ep. #63 – TheGreatClimatePodSummit2017 (feat. Kate Aronoff and Daniel Aldana Cohen) on Cultures of Energy podcast. 2017.
Ep. #90 – Low Carbon Leisure & Pleasure (Live at Nerd Nite Austin! ) on Cultures of Energy podcast. 2017.
The Politics of Climate Change on OMNIA Podcast, University of Pennsylvania. 2017.
Hot & Bothered podcast, with Kate Aronoff, published by Dissent magazine. 2016-2017.
Daniel Aldana Cohen on urban climate mitigation: Interview on Forecast: A Podcast about Climate Science and Climate Scientists, hosted by Michael White, Nature’s climate science editor. 2016.
Crowded cities search for nature-based solutions for residents’ well-being. Thomson Reuters Foundation. 2018.
Does Medicare for All Advance Socialist Politics? Democratic Left. 2018.
ACLU Launches Massive Local Resistance To Trump’s Agenda. Huffington Post. 2017.
Your Personal Consumption Choices Can’t Save the Planet: We Have to Confront Capitalism. In These Times. 2017.
The Long Ecological Revolution. Monthly Review. 2017.
Politics Without Politics. Jacobin. 2017.
“The Power and Peril of ‘Climate Change Disaster Porn.” New Republic. 2017.
Against climate change disaster porn. E-Flux. 2017.
The Problem With Climate Doomsday Reporting, And How To Move Beyond It. DeSmog blog. 2017.
This Atlas Will Change How You See NYC. Village Voice. 2016.
Urban sociologists call for expanding concepts of ‘livable cities’. Phys.org. 2016.
Disaster Sociologists Study How Hurricane Sandy Changed Life in New York. Next City. 2014.