We set the benchmark for energy and environmental coverage.
E&E News strives to provide original, compelling, and non-partisan journalism on energy and environmental issues that keep professionals informed and a step ahead.
With more than 60 reporters and editors who have decades of experience reporting on key events and projects with global consequences for energy and the environment, E&E News offers an in-depth look at issues in Washington D.C., across the nation, and around the world.
Digestible and Synthesized Information
We offer in-depth coverage that includes crucial contextual information and on-the-ground impact, presented in an easily comprehendible format. Through our platform, subscribers have access to decades of stories and monthly briefings with E&E News reporters to examine the interconnections of various topics and rapidly gain knowledge on environment and energy-related subjects.
Breadth of Coverage Topics
We pride ourselves with the numerous of energy and environmental impacted topics we cover in depth, of which include:
- Air & Water Pollution
- Climate Policy & Politics
- Congress & Federal Agencies
- Corporate Sustainability
- Electric Utilities
- Oil, Natural Gas, Coal, Nuclear & Renewables
- Public Lands & Endangered Species
- Regulations & Legal Actions
- Science & Technology Innovation
- State Legislation & Issues
- Transportation & Infrastructure
Our journalists have been recognized with multiple accolades for their unwavering commitment to their profession.
- Honorable Mention from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) for David Ferris’ feature on electric
- Honorable Mention from North American Agricultural Journalists
(NAAJ) for Marc Heller’s farm reporting.
- First place for Outstanding Beat Reporting Award from Society of
Professional Journalists (SPJ) Dateline Awards, for Hannah Northey and Kevin Bogardus’ reporting on wetlands.
- Excellence in Journalism Award from Society of Professional
Journalists (SPJ) Detroit Chapter for Hannah Northey’s coverage of climate change and flooding in Detroit.
- Third Place for Outstanding Beat Reporting from Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) for Hannah Northey and Kevin Bogardus’ reporting on wetlands.
- Finalist for Beat Reporting Award from Society of Professional
Journalists (SPJ) Dateline Awards, for Ariel Wittenberg and E.A Crunden’s reporting on PFAS.