Emily T. Green

Emily T. Green

freelance reporter based in Mexico City

Guest/Producer

Emily Green is a freelance reporter based in Mexico City and a producer with KCRW's Independent Producer Project.

Green is a former City Hall reporter for the San Francisco Chronicle, and a former Supreme Court reporter for the Los Angeles/San Francisco Daily Journal.

Emily T. Green on KCRW

Mexico City, home to 22 million people, is facing drought, drying reservoirs, and leaky infrastructure. Some parts of the city have no running water at all.

North America’s largest city is running out of water

Mexico City, home to 22 million people, is facing drought, drying reservoirs, and leaky infrastructure. Some parts of the city have no running water at all.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Little L.A. doesn’t scream out at you at first. It’s located next to a large plaza, in the center of which is an historic arch commemorating the Mexican Revolution. In…

In Mexico City’s Little LA ‘it feels like a piece of the United States’

Little L.A. doesn’t scream out at you at first. It’s located next to a large plaza, in the center of which is an historic arch commemorating the Mexican Revolution. In…

from News Stories

Undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as kids may feel like they are in never-ending limbo.

Facing uncertainty in the US, a Dreamer moves to Mexico

Undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as kids may feel like they are in never-ending limbo.

from News Stories

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