Two new hires amp up business, public health coverage
E&E News has hired two new reporters to cover chemicals and climate finance, issues that have drawn increased attention in energy and environment as business takes more action on climate change, public health and environmental justice.
Prominent congressional reporter strengthens Capitol Hill coverage
Emma Dumain has joined E&E News’ congressional reporting team with a focus on natural resources policy.
Beat changes, hires bolster key energy, business, public health reporting
E&E News has hired new reporters to cover energy policy and mining and shifted seasoned reporters to expand critical beats for energy and environment issues in 2020 and beyond.
New hires for cybersecurity, fossil fuel reporting
E&E News is pleased to announce that Christian Vasquez has joined its editorial team to report on cybersecurity for Energywire.
Award-winning reporter boosts energy politics coverage
E&E News has hired Lesley Clark to cover politics, the White House, lobbying and the Energy Department for Energywire.
New editorial leadership at Greenwire
E&E News has announced new editorial leadership at its publications that will bring fresh insight to the 21-year-old news organization.
D.C. leaders of environmental and social justice, workforce diversity
E&E News has covered the energy and environment space for more than 20 years. We have written many stories about how those most affected by environmental pollution are also the least able to take advantage of clean energy solutions.
E&E News veterans to lead energy coverage
E&E News is pleased to announce new leadership for its award-winning energy reporting.
Top Western energy reporter joins natural resources team
Heather Richards joins the E&E News natural resources team this summer as the fight over the Interior Department’s five-year offshore drilling plan heats up and the White House pushes ahead with its plan to open more public lands for oil and gas leases.
Editorial team expands climate, public health, lobbying coverage
Four new reporters have joined the E&E News editorial team since January, adding valuable experience and insights to the newsroom as the impact of climate change and energy infrastructure takes on significant meaning ahead of the 2020 elections.
Amy Carlile named managing editor of E&E News; Katie Howell named Greenwire editor
Amy Carlile has been promoted to managing editor of E&E News, a brand-new role at the company. It is one of several editorial changes E&E News has announced to create a dynamic newsroom ready to tackle more ambitious projects and insightful coverage of quickly evolving energy and environment issues.