NY Times taps Tabuchi to cover pollution and environmental costs

Hiroko Tabuchi

Hannah Fairfield, the climate editor at The New York Times, sent out the following announcement: We’re thrilled to announce a new beat for Hiroko Tabuchi, building on her many years in Climate doing some of our most creative investigative, feature-writing and visual journalism. Hiroko will be focusing on pollution and environmental costs, helping readers understand […]

Canada’s National Observer seeks a business reporter

Canada’s leading publication in climate reporting, renowned for its extensive coverage and insightful analysis on climate issues. Our esteemed paying subscribers include the federal government, universities, environmental non-governmental organizations (ENGOs), think tanks, and other pivotal civil society groups. This position offers the unique opportunity to work alongside Canada’s foremost team of climate journalists in a […]

Bloomberg Law environment reporter Scott moves to Capitol Hill beat

Dean Scott, who has covered the environmental and climate change at Bloomberg Industry Group for the last 20 years, is moving to the Capitol Hill beat. Scott has reported on U.S. and international climate change policies, programs, and initiatives on global warming and related energy issues for Bloomberg Industry’s Daily Environment Report, International Environment Reporter, Energy […]

Gelles to write “Climate Forward” newsletter for NY Times

New York Times climate editor Hannah Fairfield sent out the following on Tuesday: I am delighted to announce that after a year of excellent climate reporting on the nexus between government policy and the private sector, David Gelles is bringing his energy and enthusiasm to a new challenge: leading the Climate Forward newsletter. David will be the […]

Bloomberg hires Rudgard to cover environmental news

Bloomberg News has hired Telegraph correspondent Olivia Rudgard to cover the environment. She will be based in London. Rudgard has been with The Telegraph since 2014. She has covered the environment, Silicon Valley, social and religious affairs, and personal finance. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Durham University and a master’s degree from City University of London.

How Bloomberg is aggressively covering environment news

Ben Smith of The New York Times examines how Bloomberg News is covering the environment. Smith writes, “The problem, reporters for Bloomberg Green found, was that many of these moves were meaningless. There was no standard accounting for companies’ claims about what the reporters called ‘an ethereal token known as a carbon credit,’ and no accountability. And […]

Why sustainability has become a business story

New Insider sustainability reporter Karen K. Ho talks with editor Brea Cubit about why the topic has become a big business story. Here is an excerpt: I’ve been in business journalism my entire reporting career, and it’s interesting to see how sustainability is no longer a niche topic but a C-suite role at a lot of companies. I’m […]

E&E News hires Schonhardt as international climate reporter

E&E News has hired Sara Schonhardt as its international climate reporter. “Not only is the focus on the environment ascendant, but so too the recognition that it is truly a global issue,” she wrote on Twitter. Schonhardt has been managing Editor for Internews’ Earth Journalism Network since December 2019, working with journalists around the world to develop […]

Joselow moves to climate law beat at E&E News

Reporter Maxine Joselow is now covering climate law for E&E News. She previously was a transportation reporter for the site, which was recently acquired by Politico. Joselow joined E&E News in 2017 as an Energywire intern before covering transportation for Greenwire and Climatewire. She graduated from Brown University with honors in nonfiction writing. Her work has also appeared in Forbes, the Daily Beast, Marie […]