Janice Cantieri is a Seattle-based environmental journalist. She spent a year living in the Pacific Island Nations of Kiribati and Fiji as a Fulbright National Geographic Storytelling Fellow documenting how Indigenous communities in low-lying islands are adapting to extreme environmental changes like sea level rise and strip-mining. She has since documented stories of climate adaptation and resilience from farmers coping with severe drought in India to Indigenous women leading a solar revolution in Canada. She has a Master’s of Science in Journalism from the Medill Graduate School of Journalism at Northwestern University and her work has been published in National Geographic, YES! Magazine, the Narwhal, and Atmos Magazine.