Widely published global freelance writer with diverse, international experience.
Nithin Coca is a freelance writer and journalist, and his feature and news pieces have appeared in global media outlets including Al Jazeera, Quartz, Atlantic Cities, SciDev.Net, Southeast Asia Globe, The Diplomat, Penang Monthly and numerous regional publications in Asia and the United States.
Nithin received his BA in Communication from the University of Southern California and has a Masters in International Media from Columbia University.
New Principles Aim to Drive Investment in Sustainable Fisheries
The slow creep of internet shutdowns
Mapping an end to fires in Indonesia with Kepo Hutan
The Business Case for One Map in Indonesia
The slow creep and chilling effect of China’s censorship
Indonesia on track to become world’s largest tobacco market
Indonesia’s coal addiction reaches new heights
Is political Islam rising in Indonesia?
The End of a Dream: Couchsurfing’s Fall
China's Xinjiang surveillance is the dystopian future nobody wants
The missing trade war against China’s digital protectionism
Technology is failing to create transparent supply chains
The high-tech war on Tibetan communication
Is Indonesia’s Vaunted Secularism Under Threat?
Conflicting Maps Complicate Fight Against Fires, Deforestation in Indonesia
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
Malaysia’s slide from pseudo-democracy toward authoritarianism
New Palm Oil Risk Tool Allows Companies to Better Identify Deforestation Risk
How Increasing Transparency Can Help Prevent Further Devastation in Indonesia
The Dramatic, Unexpected, but Welcome Fall of Coal
Can satellites help save the world’s rainforests?
Building campaigns when the world turns upside down
Boehner’s Drought Plan: Blame Environmentalists and Obama
Coming Soon: The End of Coal
The Case for Saving Water (And Not Just in Drought-Stricken California)
Climate Resilience is Just as Important as Mitigation
‘Halo Effect’ of CSR Allows Companies to Get Away with Corruption
Historic Climate Court Decision in the Netherlands
Lumber Liquidators Caught Selling Illegal Wood
Making Renewable Energy Greener
Crowdsourcing Global Climate Action: POC21
Yes, We Can! … Link Weird Weather to Climate Change (Finally)
Less Water, More Energy, More Problems
Why Sri Lanka’s Historic Mangroves Move Matters
The Coming, Preventable Phosphorus Crisis
Why Facebook’s Internet.org is so Controversial in Asia
Now is Not the Time to Drill in the Arctic
Putting the word out
America’s problem with unions means that the poor are now considered greedy
Can Thailand end the abuse of migrant poultry farm workers?