Quratulain Tejani is a fellow at Inside Climate News. She is a graduate student enrolled in NYU’s multimedia journalism program, focusing on climate and environmental justice reporting. In 2005-06, she had the opportunity to participate in Hurricane Katrina relief efforts on the Gulf of Mexico, where she was impacted by the devastation extreme weather events have on coastal communities. Climate and environmental justice became her passion since then, but it was only recently when she started reporting on it. Quratulain has covered air quality issues and locust infestation impacting food security in Pakistan for Global Voices. As a Climate Tracker fellow, she has reported on the effects brackish water has on urban women and their health in Karachi.