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Paige Vega is Vox's climate editor. She steers the team's coverage of the climate crisis, the environment, solutions and adaptations and the energy transition. She writes at the intersection of climate, nature and communities and is fascinated by notions of coexistence. Her work has been featured in High Country News, The Atlantic, Mother Jones and The Guardian, among others, and has been recognized by The Best American Science and Nature Writing anthology. Prior to joining Vox, Paige spent nearly a decade at High Country News magazine, a publication that covers the Western United States. She also currently serves as a mentor for The Uproot Project, a network for environmental journalists of color, and teaches journalism to undergraduate students in southwestern Colorado, where she lives, skis and gardens at 6,512 feet. You can email her at or find her on various social media platforms with the handle @PaigeBlank.