University of Texas at Austin,
University of California, Berkley
Marc Lallanilla is a sustainable living and green design expert. He's a freelance journalist who also covers science, health, and environmental topics.
Marc Lallanilla spent many years as an environmental consultant and natural resource planner for private companies and government agencies, including Unocal, the City of Austin, Texas, and the California Department of Water Resources. Lallanilla has also worked as a writer and editor covering topics such as green-collar jobs and sustainable design. His work has appeared in a range of print and online publications, including the Los Angeles Times, ABCNews.com, Live Science, and Everyday Health. He is currently an editor at A+E Networks.
Lallanilla received his bachelor's degree from the University of Texas at Austin, where he majored in environmental geography and architecture. He completed his master's degree in environmental planning at the University of California, Berkeley, submitting a thesis on ecological restoration. Lallanilla also studied in New York University's graduate program in Science, Health, and Environmental Reporting.
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