Bloomberg BNA hires Newsday’s Dooley to cover California environment
Bloomberg BNA has hired Newsday environmental reporter Emily Dooley to cover the California environment.
She started on Monday.
Dooley had been with Newsday since November 2010, and for the past three-and-a-half years she was the environmental and Superstorm Sandy reporter.
She covered the environment on Long Island, with its 3 million people and countless waterways and coastal concerns, including stories about contamination, erosion, clean-up, green tech and sustainability. She also reported on Superstorm Sandy issues, from environmental and infrastructure to federal funding and rebuilding.
Dooley also was a journalism fellow for the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research in 2014, and she previously covered the town of North Hempstead for Newsday.
From March 2008 to November 2010, Dooley was a business reporter for the Richmond Times-Dispatch. She also worked for six years at the Cape Cod Times and for the Colorado community weekly newspapers Littleton Independent, Highlands Ranch Herald and Lone Tree Voice.