Print and Web
Jennifer is the author of Unlatched: The Evolution of Breastfeeding and the Making of a Controversy, which was published by HarperCollins in 2016. The book was the winner of the 2017 Rachel Carson Environment Book Award, as well as the recipient of a 2016 Nautilus Book Award. She is a former columnist for The Huffington Post, where she wrote the popular long-running Innovation Earth and Eco Etiquette columns for the Green section. She was also the founding editor of environmental political blog The Red, White and Green.
Her work has appeared in numerous publications both in print and online, including The Washington Post, the Los Angeles Times, USA Today, American Baby Magazine, Natural Health, MindBodyGreen and the former Wend, among others.
Below, a selection of writings.
The Huffington Post: "Speak Out Against False Formula Advertising: An Open Letter to the FDA"
The Huffington Post: "There Are No Tests: The Stunning Lack of Medical Support for Breastfeeding Women"
Los Angeles Times: "Breast Milk Is Best and Free, So Why Is It a Luxury for American Moms?"
The Huffington Post: "Is It Time to Stop Talking About the Benefits of Breastfeeding?"
The Huffington Post: "'The World's Oldest Profession' May Not Be What You Think"
The Huffington Post: "How I Became an Extended-Breastfeeding, Tandem-Nursing Mother of Two"
The Washington Post: "Flowers May Be Nice for Mom, But They're Terrible for Mother Earth"
USA Today: "Short on Space? Grow Up!"
American Baby Magazine: "Showered With Love"
The Huffington Post Innovation Earth column
The Huffington Post Eco Etiquette Column