Martha Nelle Pskowski is an independent journalist and M.A. candidate in Journalism and Latin American and Caribbean Studies at New York University. She currently is editor-in-chief of the Latin America News Dispatch.
Martha reports on environmental justice, labor and development. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The New Republic, The Nation, CityLab and over a dozen other publications. The International Women in Media Foundation and the James W. Foley Foundation have supported her reporting.
Martha is a former Fulbright fellow.
- Latin America News Dispatch: The Next Deadly Virus Could Start in the Amazon, Brazilian Scientists Warn3 June, 2020
- Undark: For Latin American Environmentalists, Looming Threats of Violence3 June, 2020
- OneZero: Uber Delivery Workers in Mexico Are Tracking Thieves Through Google Maps and WhatsApp Networks17 December, 2019
- ArchPaper: Mexico’s Housing Laboratory shows off 32 low-cost prototypes14 October, 2019
- The Nation: How Indigenous Mexicans Took on Big Energy and Won26 August, 2019
- Yale E360: Indigenous Maize- Who Owns the Rights to Mexico’s ‘Wonder’ Plant?24 July, 2019
- ArchPaper: SO – IL is building a social housing prototype in the heart of Mexico24 July, 2019
- The Verge: Deaths and injuries don’t slow Uber Eats’ rapid expansion in Mexico6 July, 2019
- Metropolis: Esrawe Studio Designs Félix Candela–Inspired Lights12 June, 2019
- CityLab: The Restaurant at the Center of a Gentrification War6 June, 2019
- Disegno: Interpreting Mexico’s native corn harvest18 April, 2019
- Dissent: Mexican Labor Reawakens4 April, 2019