Anna McLoud Gibbs

Anna Gibbs

Anna Gibbs is a journalist who covers the intersection between science and society.

As a freelancer, she writes most frequently about climate solutions, coastal research, and the strange and wonderful parts of the natural world. Previously, she interned at Slate, Audubon Magazine, and Science News. Her work has appeared in The New York Times, Quanta Magazine, and Popular Science, among others. 

Anna has a master’s in Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting from New York University and a bachelor’s in English from Harvard University. Her feature, The Little Fern That Could, won first place at the 2021 San Francisco Press Club Annual Greater Bay Area Awards in the Environment/Nature category for magazine features. She was a Taylor/Blakeslee Fellow in 2022.

Originally from Ipswich, Massachusetts, Anna currently resides in New York City.