Simon Ducroquet

São Paulo, Brazil

Education: Universidade Federal do Paraná, BA in Journalism; Universidade Federal Tecnológica do Paraná, BA in Graphic Design

Simon Ducroquet is a graphics reporter for The Washington Post. Before joining The Post, Simon worked on the graphics desk for the Brazilian publications O Globo, Folha de S.Paulo and Nexo Jornal.
Latest from Simon Ducroquet

This is the environmental cost of the food we eat

Chicken or tuna? Tofu or lentils? Rice or potatoes? See which food is better for the planet.

February 1, 2023

When scientists tagged a curious seal, he led them to signs of a potential climate disaster

Scientists found a climate change disaster waiting to happen in one of the most mysterious regions on Earth.

January 21, 2023

The surprising reasons parts of Earth are warming more slowly

These relatively cool spots offer yet more examples of how humanity has damaged the planet.

December 14, 2022

    In a land of cold, the architecture is tested by heat

    How British architecture has made homes vulnerable to extreme heat and cold

    November 29, 2022

    On the edge of retreat

    An island community moved to the mainland. Now the fast-rising sea is following — a warning for the rest of the East Coast.

    November 28, 2022

      Maps show how millions of people have moved into Hurricane Ian’s path

      In few places is Florida’s population and development boom over the past half century more apparent than along the swath of coastline facing disastrous impacts from Ian, from the Tampa Bay area south to Fort Myers and Naples.

      September 28, 2022

        More dangerous heat waves are on the way: See the impact by Zip code.

        Explore our zip code level extreme heat map of the United States to see how heat waves and dangerous temperatures will affect your city in the coming years.

        August 15, 2022

          Pandemic life, two years later: Where do you fit in?

          This personal pandemic check-up shows how many Americans share your experiences.

          March 10, 2022

          Monobob asks one woman to do it all — at 75 mph

          The newest women's bobsled event at the Beijing Winter Olympics will determine the best driver in the world by sending each one skittering down the track alone.

          February 12, 2022

            The second-biggest program in the Democrats’ spending plan gives billions to the rich

            Raising the state and local tax deduction cap would primarily benefit the top 10 percent of income earners.

            November 19, 2021