Susana Lay is a freelance researcher and writer focusing on socio-environmental issues. She has worked as a freelance scriptwriter at Media Networks for programs focusing on travel, sustainability, and Peruvian ancestral cultures, and her stories have appeared in media such as the Los Angeles Times, Altaïr (Spain), El País (America), and El Malpensante (Colombia) among other local publications. She has conducted research on aging diversity in Peru during a pandemic with Atlantic Fellows for Equity in Brain Health at the Global Brain Health Institute (GBHI). She is a Rainforest Journalism Fund and Pulitzer Center grantee now covering Peruvian Amazon topics such as illegal logging at Madre de Dios.
Coolt: Un acercamiento al actor colombiano Jhon Narváez, que encarna al mítico cantante de salsa Joe Arroyo en la película "Rebelión".
Coolt: El árbol milenario del Amazonas representa la base del equilibrio del ecosistema de la selva peruana. Y también es objeto de un lucrativo negocio.
Altaïr Magazine: A chronicle that covers a complex traverse through the magnetic hectares of montane forest to the area of Copal and the Private Conservation Area of Hierbabuena – Allpayacu, in the Amazonas region.