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Eliza Barclay oversees Vox.com's health, science, energy, and environment coverage. She led the team of writers, photographers, and editors that received an Online Journalism Association award, a Scripps Howard award, a North American Digital Media award, a National Press Club honorable mention, and a Pictures of the Year International award in 2020 for the Supertrees project on tropical forests and deforestation. In 2019, she and other Vox staff were finalists for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine Communications Award for a project on the mysteries of weight loss. Formerly she was a reporter and editor at NPR, and most recently edited the food blog, The Salt. As an editor of The Salt, she received a James Beard Award, a Gracie Award, and an Association of Food Journalists Award. She's been a fellow with the International Reporting Project, the Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting, and the International Women’s Media Foundation.