Aaron Reuben

Aaron Reuben is a freelance journalist and researcher at the Yale Center for Environmental Law & Policy, where he studies the policy impacts of environmental metrics. He is co-founder of the Brooklyn-based literary arts journal Armchair / Shotgun and is a former editor-in-chief of the Yale environmental publication, SAGE Magazine.

Does air pollution cause Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s?

Scientists now suspect that a major cause of dementia could be the air we breathe.

Swimming in seafood ratings — but what’s the real impact?

Seafood rating systems to guide consumer choices are everywhere, but the jury is still out on whether we should give them credit for rebounding fish populations.

Slow Ride Stories: Kick-starting conversations about climate change

Two filmmakers are touring the back roads of America this summer, talking to ordinary people about climate change. Their hope: to change the way we talk about, and deal with, the most pressing issue of our time.