Martha Nelle Pskowski is a bilingual freelance journalist based in Mexico City. She reports on the politics of urban and environmental change in the Americas. Martha has reported from Latin America since 2014.
Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The New Republic, Sierra, City Lab 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.
- CityLab: Mexico’s ‘Mayan Train’ Is Bound for Controversy25 February, 2019
- Mongabay: Deforestation and mining threaten a monarch butterfly reserve in Mexico28 January, 2019
- The Guardian: Zombie clunkers- has your local bus been resurrected in Guatemala?24 January, 2019
- Thinking City: Preserving public art in a city of earthquakes21 January, 2019
- Sierra Magazine: As Palm Plantations Grab Land, Mayan Women Organize4 December, 2018
- Viewpoint Magazine: The Rebel Project of the Caravan1 December, 2018
- CityLab: Migrant Caravan Rolls Into Mexico City8 November, 2018
- The National: Maligned by Trump, earthquake-hit Mexican town receives migrant caravan with open arms6 November, 2018
- HWGTN: How Outdated Cars Live on in a Smoggy Afterlife2 November, 2018
- New York Magazine: The Pirate Cell Towers of Rural Mexico2 November, 2018
- Longreads: To Tell the Story, These Journalists Became Part of the Story14 October, 2018
- CityLab: Mexico City’s Architects of Destruction27 September, 2018