Molly Segal is a reporter, producer, and documentary-maker, whose work focuses on climate change, environment, and science stories for radio and podcasts. Always ready for a reporting adventure, Molly's toolkit includes bear spray and binoculars along with mics and a recorder. Her long-form audio work has taken her up in helicopters over remote mountain tops, to the side of scree slopes looking for fossils, or riding along with scientists capturing grizzlies. She was a 2019-2020 MIT Knight Science Journalism Fellow, where she researched how people relate to large, toothy animals. She has given talks about field reporting to universities in Canada, the U.S., and Germany. When she's not recording a story, you can likely find Molly out exploring the mountains where she lives in Banff, Canada.