Trevor Decker Cohen

Trevor Decker Cohen is a writer and editor with a passion for shifting the narrative around climate change to one of hope and inspiration. He works as a content strategist.

coal field

How laid-off coal miners are reclaiming their own economy

The true wealth of Appalachia isn’t underground, but within its people. Coalfield elevates the Appalachian values of “gumption, grit, and grace.” They’re the same qualities that allowed people to make a living in the mountains for generations.

August 18, 2021

circular economy

Nothing wasted: Industry as an ecosystem

When we learn from the way nutrients are constantly broken down and repurposed in natural systems, we find opportunities for a circular economy everywhere.

June 15, 2021

Badlands on Pine Ridge Reservation

Native American new urbanism: How the poorest county in America created a vision for the future of cities

On a road trip to interview farmers and ranchers for a book about people-powered solutions to climate change, I had a chance to see a Native American vision for the future of towns and cities.

May 21, 2021