Jocelyn Zuckerman is a freelance writer based in Brooklyn. The former executive editor of Whole Living, deputy editor of Gourmet, and articles editor of OnEarth, she focuses on agriculture, the environment, and the developing world. Zuckerman’s stories have appeared in Audubon, Fast Company, The American Prospect, Vogue, and other publications. A former Peace Corps Volunteer and a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, she is the recipient of a James Beard Journalism Award for Feature Writing and of fellowships from the Alicia Patterson Foundation, the Peter Jennings Project, The Carter Center, and Columbia University’s Center for Environmental Research and Conservation. She is working on a book about palm oil, which will be published by The New Press.