Jason Margolis is The Boston Globe’s climate science editor. Prior to joining the Globe, he spent 17 years as a reporter then show editor with the public radio program “The World,” produced out of GBH in Boston. Jason began covering climate change and energy issues back in 2001 with his first story about the promise of hydrogen-fueled vehicles. More recently, he reported a 32-minute radio story about the impacts of climate change up and down the Mississippi River, looking at problems and solutions from Iowa to Louisiana. Jason has been recognized multiple times for his climate reporting by the Society of Environmental Journalists and was awarded a fellowship from the University of Michigan to study climate science and policies, business sustainability, and transportation planning. Jason grew up in California and attended UCLA for college and the University of California at Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism. He enjoys long-distancing running, coaching youth softball, and strumming the acoustic guitar. He lives just outside of Boston with his wife, two kids, and dog/running partner, Winnie.