Jesús Antonio Pascual Álvarez
“Literary science journalism—for everyone. Do you dare to read it?”
Jesús Antonio Pascual Álvarez received a degree in communication from the Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, Mexico. He is in the final stretch of preparing his research thesis, "In search of health and environmental journalism in the state of Tabasco." He worked at the Science and Technology Council of the State of Tabasco (CCYTET), focusing on infographics, press releases and scientific interviews. Jesus plans to use science journalism to help the citizens of his state make better decisions.
Posts by This Journalist
California’s Point Reyes National Seashore: Balanced Between Cleanliness and ThreatsText and photos by Jesús Antonio Pascual Álvarez POINT REYES STATION, California—On a bright October day, the Point Reyes National Seashore seems clean and unspoiled. But it is steadily invaded by trash from the San Francisco Bay Area and Asia, said integrative biologist David Ackerly of the University of California, Berkeley, during a field trip... Read More
Whoever Is Free from Conflicts of Interest, Let Them Throw the First Stone!By Jesús Antonio Pascual Álvarez SAN FRANCISCO—There is a simple truth in the news business: Audiences want to consume verified information from credible media, and journalists strive to gain that trust. But things are often not that simple, because there always seems to exist a third party intent on bending the message in favor of... Read More