Former Climate Scientist Turns Pickle-Maker
A one-time climatologist leaves academia and finds greater satisfaction—and opportunities to make a difference—running a pickle factory
"It's a bit of a joke that I split my life between climate science and pickles," said Holland, as she closes her laptop on the label she has been creating for a new pickled product and prepares to spend the afternoon analyzing her Lake El'gygytgyn data.
"But more and more, the two parts of my life inform each other."
This article originally appeared at The Daily Climate, the climate change news source published by Environmental Health Sciences, a nonprofit media company.
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