Michael Scaturro is a freelance journalist.
His reporting for The Atlantic has been cited by both the U.S. Congress and comedian Stephen Colbert. He has been a guest on NPR’s “All Things Considered,” and was named Journalist in Residence for the Amsterdam-based Anne Frank House, where he authored a report for the European Commission outlining ways to end antisemitism, racism, and gender discrimination in EU high schools.
He is a contributor to The Guardian, and his writing has appeared in the New York Times, the Washington Post, CNN, Euromoney, and International Tax Review. He also reports on food policy for Mark Bittman and team.
He has been a moderator at the WTO in Geneva, and was previously a radio reporter at Deutsche Welle and a staff reporter at Bloomberg covering Brexit/trade/technology.
Publications include The Guardian, The New York Times, etc.
Mark Bittman’s “Heated”: How Chickens Became Like Apple and Android Phones
90% of chickens are one of two breeds, which contributes to environmental problems that are spreading worldwide
Mark Bittman’s “Heated”: Europe Wants to Make Farming Carbon Neutral by 2040
An EU plan aims to cut back on pesticides and antibiotics — and make organic food cheaper. Imagine if the U.S. followed suit
Mark Bittman’s “Heated”: At This Australian Farm, Chickens Dance on Trampolines
Tasmanian farm lets ‘happy’ industrial chickens frolic in the sun and eat insects, giving them a taste like French heritage birds
Mark Bittman’s “Heated”: Scots Say Farmed Salmon Is Ruining Their Environment
New York Times: He Literally Wrote the Book on Fabulousness
Bloomberg Businessweek: These Cows Will Text You When They’re in Heat
Deutsche Welle: How techno and house music forged a new Berlin
Deutsche Welle: How the Berlin Philharmonic rewrote music history
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