E&E News seeks a copy editor

E&E News is looking for a sharp-eyed copy editor to work evenings as part of our fast-paced newsroom. The ideal candidate will have professional experience copy editing and web producing for a news organization. You’ll work with copy editors; the art desk; reporters located across the U.S.; and the editors of E&E News PM, E&E Daily, Climatewire and Energywire. You’ll […]

E&E News hires Portuondo as Congress and energy reporter

Nicholas Portuondo has joined E&E News full-time as a Congress and energy reporter on the daily team. He previously was a reporting fellow. Portuondo was also a news intern at The Spokesman-Review in Spokane, Washington. He was also a media intern at the Union of Concerned Scientists, also in Washington. Portuondo has a bachelor’s degree […]

Faguy departs E&E News for USA Today

USA Today has hired Ana Faguy on the fact-checking team. She joins from E&E News, where she was a reporting fellow. She has also reported for The Baltimore Sun Media Group and has interned at NBC News and the European Parliament. She was also an intern at Maryland Matters, a site covering local and state […]

E&E News promotes Klump to deputy editor of Energywire

E&E News has tapped Edward Klump as deputy editor of Energywire. Previously, he served as a reporter. Prior to joining E&E News, Klump was an energy reporter at Bloomberg News, where he worked for over 7 years. Before that, he was a business reporter at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. Klump graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia.

Politico taps Yurk as legislative reporter

Valerie Yurk has joined the Politico Pro legislative compass team covering a host of bills and congressional happenings. She will also be reporting on energy and environment bills. Previously, Yurk was a reporting fellow at E&E News. Before that, she was an environment desk intern at The Guardian, where she reported on parks legislation, environmental […]

E&E News reporter Clark to cover climate law

E&E News has tapped reporter Lesley Clark to cover the emerging field of climate law for E&E´s Climatewire. She previously reported on energy, politics, the White House and the Department of Energy at E&E´s Energywire. Previously, she has been with McClatchy for 12 years, where she has worked as a correspondent, White House correspondent and […]

E&E News mining reporter Marshall departs

James Marshall, mining and coal reporter at E&E News, is leaving. He joined in 2019 as a reporting fellow, and before that was a freelancer for The DC Line. He has also interned at Durango Herald and Street Sense. Marshall has a master’s degree in journalism from American University.

Joselow joins Washington Post to head “Climate 202” newsletter

The Washington Post has hired Maxine Joselow to anchor the Post’s daily newsletter, “The Climate 202,” covering the politics and policy of climate change. Joselow joins from E&E News, where she had been for close to 5 years, recently working as a reporter covering the politics and policies surrounding climate change. Her work has also […]

E&E News seeks a legal reporter

E&E News is hiring a legal reporter who can take a creative approach to covering the growing field of climate law. The ideal candidate is a talented writer who can compose clear and compelling stories about complex legal issues without relying on jargon. You should be highly organized and able to juggle breaking news and […]

E&E News reporter Joselow departs

Maxine Joselow, a reporter covering the politics and policies surrounding climate change at E&E News, has left. Joselow had been with E&E News for close to 5 years, previously working as a reporting fellow. Her work has also appeared in the Scientific American, the Daily Beast, and various other publications. She was also an editorial […]