Conrad Fox



Journalism

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Vidas Cruzadas

A radionovela that follows the route of two young brothers trying to reach their parents in the US, and visits other migrants along the way.

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Land + Sea

A Mexican and a US reporter cover two controversial projects in Baja California, in which US investments compete with locals for space.

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New Roots Radio

I led a multicultural team of young volunteer reporters from across Canada to take an up close look at immigrant life. The show followed an hour long newsmagazine format, including features stories, in-studio interviews and documentaries. It won an Honorable Mention in the National Community …

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Neglected Waters

Nobody in Haiti lives more than 100km from the coast. Yet the coastal ecosystems that nourish the country are threadbare. An in-depth look at the problem and the people trying to solve it. Produced in collaboration with Haiti Climat.

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Haiti Untold

A two-year project to cover little known aspects of inequality in Haiti. I recruited and mentored 8 Haitian journalists, helped produce 18 stories for Haitian media, reported 3 stories myself and even edited a 7-part radio series in Haitian Creole.

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Immigration Uncovered

Immigration is not just a stream of migrants from south to north. It's the stories on the way. I led an international team of reporters to find those stories, which won a Peabody award in the process.

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New study says changes in clouds will add to global warming, not curb it

Most of us think of them as puffy and picturesque, but for climate modelers, clouds are a major thorn in the side, and are the hard question. Scientists do know clouds wield an outsize influence on climate: Reducing Earth’s cloud cover by just 5% would …

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As Arctic warms, scientists wrestle with its climate ‘tipping point’

For Arctic scientists, the summer of 2007 changed everything. That’s when, for the first time in history, record warmth melted the Northwest Passage, nearly opening it to shipping; turned a portion of the East Siberian Sea the size of Mexico into open ocean; …

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Haitian cities creak with the pressure as more people flee the countryside

In twenty years, Haiti has transformed from a predominantly rural country to one of the most urbanized on the continent. This has helped reduce extreme poverty, but it has put a strain on the infrastructure of Port-au-Prince, where most migrants end up. The movement is …

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