• Marianne Messina

    spent several years as the theater and dance writer for Metro Silicon Valley. More recently, she writes about conservation and sustainability with a focus on solutions. She was a 2022 Kiplinger Fellow in climate change reporting, and her work appears in many online and print magazines, including Mongabay, Civil Eats, Earth Island Journal, and Corporate Knights.

Unearthing a methane-leaking legacy well at the heart of a housing complex in Cleveland, Ohio. Photo: Well Done Foundation

Citizen Methane

Methane, a potent greenhouse gas, leaks from abandoned wells across the country. Curtis Shuck has been finding them by hand, well by well. But finding the leaks... Read more.