Justin Worland is a senior correspondent at TIME magazine where he covers climate change and the intersection of policy, politics and society out of the magazine’s Washington D.C. bureau. Justin’s work aims to tell the climate story in new ways, connecting the dots between the changing planet and changes in policy, business and society. Since coming to the beat in 2015, his work has included an array of features and cover stories—from Greta Thunberg’s Person of the Year story to his recent “Climate Is Everything” cover. In previous roles at TIME, he covered health and breaking news. He has worked to improve the climate conversation beyond TIME, speaking frequently to a range of audiences and serving on the steering committees of a range of organizations including Columbia University’s Energy Journalism Initiative and the Uproot Project, a network for environmental journalists of color. He is a Los Angeles native, and a graduate of Harvard College, where he studied history.