Keith Kloor
Keith Kloor

Keith Kloor is a freelance journalist and an adjunct professor of journalism at New York University. Follow him on Twitter.

Science
Oct. 5 2017 6:12 PMCan You Sue a Newspaper Based on How the Internet Interprets a Story?A pro-GMO professor who claims he has been defamed by the New York Times’ reporting on his connections to Monsanto is trying. But that doesn’t mean he’ll be successful.
Science
June 23 2017 11:11 AMFood Evolution Is Scientifically Accurate. Too Bad It Won’t Convince Anyone.  The new documentary misses that the debate over GMOs isn’t about facts. It’s about values.
Nuclear Power
Jan. 14 2013 12:18 PMThe Pro-Nukes Environmental MovementAfter Fukushima, is nuclear energy still the best way to fight climate change?
Coal
Nov. 28 2012 1:55 PMClean Coal Isn’t a JokeLook past the fossil-fuel lobby’s empty, cynical slogan. The technology is there.
Future Tense
Oct. 10 2012 4:39 PMCompany Scraps Planned Seed Test Because of Political Fallout From That Terrible French GMO Study
Future Tense
Aug. 17 2017 9:00 AMThe Science PoliceIn highly controversial fields, researchers have to balance science and advocacy.
Alternative Energy
March 20 2013 1:17 PMCan Wind Turbines Make You Sick?A new syndrome appears to be highly contagious.
Science
Dec. 12 2012 8:30 AMThe Great Schism in the Environmental MovementCan modern greens loosen nature’s grip on environmentalism? 
Food
Nov. 5 2012 10:55 AMDelusions of DangerWhy the food movement’s demonization of genetically modified crops isn’t just scientifically baseless—it’s politically stupid.
Science
Sept. 26 2012 5:15 AMGMO Opponents Are the Climate Skeptics of the LeftDon’t worry. Genetically modified corn isn’t going to give you cancer.