Articles by Christopher Lett

Emmy-nominated journalist and yogi Chris Kofi Lett grew up in Atlanta where he managed to work his way up from CNN tour guide to editorial researcher and eventually to field producer. During his tenure at the Network, he contributed to award-winning documentary films and journalism series that spanned the globe, and coverage of the initial ISIL-affiliated terror attacks in the U.S., including the deadly Pulse Nightclub mass shooting and the most recent presidential elections. On the environmental front, he reported on the historic aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the fallout over air pollution in Louisiana's Cancer Alley and the impact of hydraulic fracturing. He is currently a Ted Scripps Fellow for Environmental Journalism at the University of Colorado Boulder where he researches topics related to environmental justice, guest lectures classes and advises students in the Center for Environmental Journalism.