Areas of expertise: Collaborative and place-based conservation, large-scale sustainable food production, coastal restoration and community impacts
Horn’s second book on critical issues tackled by EDF will be published in September; a feature documentary based on the book will air worldwide on Discovery in 2017. Called Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman, Conservation Heroes of the American Heartland, it profiles a Montana cowboy, Kansas wheat farmer, Louisiana shrimper, Gulf of Mexico red snapper fisherman and the CEO of a barge company that navigates the inland waterways that connect them all —leaders of an unsung movement to protect the nation’s wildlife, rangelands, soils, wetlands and marine ecosystems. Her previous book on clean energy technologies, co-authored with EDF president Fred Krupp, was a NY Times bestseller and also a Discovery documentary.
Horn worked for the U.S. Forest Service on timber management, mine reclamation and education before becoming a journalist. She spent 15 years writing for U.S. News and World Report, The New York Times, Smithsonian and other publications before joining EDF.
Ms. Horn holds a BA, magna cum laude, from Harvard University and did two years of post-baccalaureate study in Earth and Environmental Sciences at Columbia University. She was a Japan Society Media Fellow and in 2012 her team won the Zayed Future Energy Prize.
- Rancher, Farmer, Fisherman; Conservation Heroes of the American Heartland (Norton, Sept 2016)
- Earth: the Sequel, The Race to Reinvent Energy and Stop Global Warming (Norton, 2008)
- Rebels in White Gloves; Coming of Age with Hillary’s Class – Wellesley ’69 (Times Books 1999)
- Smart Grids: Infrastructure, Technology and Solutions (CRC Press)
- Broadband Networks, Smart Grids and Climate Change (Springer)
- Green Energy Economies (Transaction)