Julie Carli

Freelance producer

Julie Carli is a freelance producer, originally from Corona, CA. She has worked on long-form series at Gimlet Media, Crooked Media, and NPR. Julie’s two cats strongly influence her work...mostly because she has to hide from their incessant meowing for attention.

Julie Carli on KCRW

California wildfires are dangerous, but they don’t have to be deadly.

In Our Backyard No. 4 (bonus): Are you ready for the next wildfire? Get set for the hottest tips on preparedness when it’s time to go

California wildfires are dangerous, but they don’t have to be deadly.

from To the Point

Native Californians used fire to fight fire for thousands of years, but the cultural burning was virtually banned when settlers arrived.

In Our Backyard No. 4: Fire is part of California’s natural landscape. We’ll always be waiting for the next, inevitable smoke out

Native Californians used fire to fight fire for thousands of years, but the cultural burning was virtually banned when settlers arrived.

from To the Point

Live in a heat island? Want to know more? This is a special third bonus episode to In Our Backyard: Heat is the deadliest aspect of climate change.

In Our Backyard No. 3 (bonus): Heat islands are killers, but they don’t have to be

Live in a heat island? Want to know more? This is a special third bonus episode to In Our Backyard: Heat is the deadliest aspect of climate change.

from To the Point

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