Jeremy Hinsdale, Author at State of the Planet

Jeremy Hinsdale

Jeremy Hinsdale is a web producer/developer and journalist based in New York City. His interests include emergent technologies, multimedia, and data science and visualization. His work has appeared on the websites for PBS, Newsweek, the American Museum of Natural History and other publications.

Recent Posts

Science Scramble

Unscramble the scientific term before time expires!

New York City Gridlock

Data Dive: NYC Traffic Trends, Street Safety and Public Health

Professor Peter Muennig discusses the state of New York City’s streets, and what could be done to make them safer.

by |September 27, 2022
“Climate Change and Environmental Justice in Harlem" panel. Photo: Chris Dobens / WE ACT

Harlem Week Event Discusses Environmental Justice and a More Equitable Future

A century ago, the Harlem Renaissance changed the worlds of art and culture. Could Harlem one day become a leader in the transition to a green economy?

by |August 15, 2022
Graphic of Bitcoin emissions and wind turbines

Cryptocurrency’s Dirty Secret: Energy Consumption

To be a true game changer, crypto may need to come clean and go green.

by |May 4, 2022

hAIku: AI Generated Poetry

Have Da Vinci, an artificial intelligence engine created by OpenAI, compose a haiku on the science or nature topic of your choice!

by |April 22, 2022
NYC Heat Map

Data Dive: Heat Mapping New York City and Environmental Justice

For researcher Liv Yoon, creating a high-resolution heat map of NYC is just the first step in transforming marginalized communities.

by |April 8, 2022
Map of COVID deaths and social vulnerability by U.S. countie

Irwin Redlener on COVID, Politics, and Social Vulnerability

The director of the Pandemic Resource and Response Initiative discusses how inequality, politics and misinformation worsened COVID’s impact in communities across the U.S.

by |February 23, 2022
Map: U.S. Social Vulnerability Index Grids

Data Dive: Carolynne Hultquist on Spatial Data, Social Vulnerability and Disasters

Dr Hultquist discusses fusing GIS with crowd-sourced and social data to uncover new insights and inform disaster preparedness and response.

by |February 10, 2022
Heat map of New York City using satellite data from the USGS's Landsat 8 satellite. Source: New York City Council

Study Maps Urban Heat Islands With Focus on Environmental Justice

A new collaborative project is heat-mapping parts of New York City with a focus on improving health outcomes and addressing long-standing environmental justice issues.

by |August 26, 2021
Earth Day 2021: Restore Our Earth

Quiz: Earth Day and Environmentalism

Take a break and test your knowledge of Earth Day, environmentalism, and all things natural.

by |April 15, 2021