107 Environment journalists from top media outlets.
We at Jona have put together the Environment media list of 107 journalists. The list comes with verified email addresses, journalist profiles, location and socials. We update this list of Environment reporters every quarter.
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Last updated on Feb 1, 2023
Writing. Reporting. Journalism. News. Energy. Leading a team of editors and reporters covering electricity, natural gas and coal companies and markets. Also weather. We cover weather really, really well. Formerly covered oil, refined products/fuels, natural gas, electricity/power, transmission and environmental/carbon markets in the western U.S.
Tyler Hamilton writes about climate change, its impact on the Canadian economy, and what opportunities it creates as the world transitions to a low-carbon energy system.
Transport & Environment Correspondent BBC London.
The Dallas Morning News science writer, Scientific American editor, and author of The Forgotten Cure (Copernicus Books; 2012), about phages. Views are my own.
Technology • climate • asymmetry @gizmodo.
Umair Irfan covers climate change, energy, and the environment for Vox. He is also a contributor to Science Friday. Before joining Vox, Umair was a reporter for ClimateWire at E&E News in Washington, DC, where he covered health and climate change, science, and energy policy.
Science writer with a background in environmental science and an interest in the universe.
Sarah is a San Francisco-based Motherboard reporter covering the environment, tech culture, and science oddities.
Staff Writer at T. he AtlanticCovering climate change, environmental politics, energy policy, and (occasionally) technology. I write breaking news, deadline analysis, and reported features for both the website and the magazine.
Reporter, Bloomberg @environment.
Reporter @ThinkProgress covering climate & environment. Former reporter for Financial Times Energy, SNL Energy. U.Va. alum.
I’m a reporter on the science desk at BuzzFeed News, based in San Francisco. My interests span biology, medicine, social sciences, and the environment — from genetics and stem cells, through ecology and conservation, to psychology and psychiatry. I’m especially interested in investigative and data-driven journalism.
Lisa Song reports on the environment, energy and climate change.
Lisa Friedman is a reporter on the climate desk, focusing on climate and environmental policy in Washington. She has covered eight international climate talks and chased climate-related stories from the bottom of a Chinese coal mine to the top of snow-capped Himalaya Mountains.
Linda Poon is an assistant editor at CityLab covering science and urban technology, including smart cities and climate change. She previously covered global health and development for NPR’s Goats and Soda blog.
John Metcalfe is CityLab’s Bay Area bureau chief, based in Oakland. His coverage focuses on climate change and the science of cities.
Joel Makower is chairman and executive editor of GreenBiz Group Inc., producer of GreenBiz.com, and lead author of the annual State of Green Business report. A veteran journalist with more than 40 years' experience, he also hosts GreenBiz's annual GreenBiz Forums, the global event series VERGE, and other events. Joel is author of more than a dozen books, including his latest, The New Grand Strategy: Restoring America's Prosperity, Security, and Sustainability in the 21st Century (St. Martin's Press).
I want to help improve the efficiency of emission and energy markets by excellent reporting Specialties: Emission markets, climate change science and politics, natural gas markets, financial reporting
I am the senior editor for energy at MIT Technology Review. I’m focused on renewable energy and the use of technology to combat climate change. Previously, I was a senior director at the Verge, deputy managing editor at Recode, and columnist at the San Francisco Chronicle. When I’m not writing about energy and climate change, I’m often hiking with my dog or shooting video of California landscapes.
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