Sebastián Martínez Valdivia

Sebastián Martínez Valdivia

Sebastián Martínez Valdivia

Content Producer

Originally from Columbia, Missouri, Sebastián has spent most of his life, and his career as a journalist, obsessed with the natural world. The bulk of his work has focused on the environment, but he maintains a wide range of interests, including politics, music and technology, among others. When he's not at work he can usually be found gardening, or making music, or trying to get people to care about native plants.

Recent Work
IRS Building sign

Senate Moves To Block Policy That Lets Nonprofits Hide Major Donors

North and South Korean soldiers talk during an inspection

Soldiers From Both Koreas Cross DMZ For Historic Inspections

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel

Rift Over Migration Breaks Up Belgian Government Coalition

Graffiti on a shop window in Paris

Emmanuel Macron To Address France After More 'Yellow Vest' Protests

Amber Rudd

Key Theresa May Ally Suggests 'Plan B' In Case Brexit Vote Fails

People turn themselves in to the border patrol

Court Denies Request To Stay Order Against Trump Asylum Rule

Paul Manafort

Mueller Filing Alleges Manafort Lied About Contact With White House

People mourn Heather Heyer

Jury Convicts Driver Of Murder In Death Of Charlottesville Protester

James Comey

James Comey Testifies Before Lawmakers On Alleged FBI Bias

A sign at a North Carolina polling place

NC Democrat Withdraws Concession After Claims Of Election Fraud

A greater sage grouse

Department Of Interior Plans To Cut More Environmental Protections

The Facebook logo appears on a sign outside company headquarters

Documents Suggest Facebook Leveraged User Data Against Competitors

Huawei logo

UK's BT Group To Stop Using 'Core' Huawei Network Technology

World leaders pose for a picture at the G20 summit

World Leaders Agree On Reforming Global Trade Rules

Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador

At Inauguration, Mexico's New President Promises To Transform Country

ICE officers arrest a man in New York

Another Federal Judge Rules Against DOJ's Sanctuary City Restrictions

A whale breaches in front of an oil rig

Trump Administration OKs Seismic Surveys That Can Harm Marine Life

Troops stand in the mud

US Looking To Extend Troop Deployment At Border Through Christmas

A South Korean train prepares to travel to North Korea

Train Makes First Trip Between Koreas In More Than A Decade

Rain falls on a burned out home in California

Flash Floods, Mudslides Hit Areas In California Burned By Wildfires

A physician's assistant checks a young boy

Study: US' Rate Of Uninsured Kids Rose For The First Time Since 2008

Thomas Farr

Judicial Nominee Accused Of Voter Suppression Loses Key Vote

Ronald D. Vitiello

Vote On New ICE Director Delayed Over 'Serious' Union Concerns

Nancy Pelosi speaks at a press conference

Nancy Pelosi Takes A Step Towards Regaining Speakership

Gina Haspel at a press conference

Lawmakers Push For Briefing On Saudis From CIA Director

Tsai Ing-Wen

Taiwan President Resigns Party Leadership After Election Defeats

The Eiffel Tower

Paris Protests Over Fuel Prices And President Turn Violent

Prime Minister Theresa May

The EU Has Approved Brexit, But It's Far From A Done Deal

People rest at a camp near the U.S.-Mexico border.

Tijuana Mayor Asks UN For Aid With 'Humanitarian Crisis' At Border

People protest the president's ban on transgender people serving in the military

White House Asks SCOTUS To Take Up Transgender Military Ban Cases