E&E News has announced new editorial leadership at its publications that will bring fresh insight to the 21-year-old news organization.
Erica Martinson has taken the reins of E&E News’ flagship publication, Greenwire, after leading the Natural Resources team for the past year as it broke multiple stories on the Bureau of Land Management relocation and public lands. Before coming to E&E News in January, Erica was the Washington correspondent for the Anchorage Daily News, and she covered environment and energy issues for Politico and Inside EPA.
Amanda Reilly is the new Natural Resources editor, sliding over from her role as Climatewire deputy editor. Amanda has been with E&E News for almost a decade, previously helping to lead legal coverage, as well as reporting on air policy, biofuels and environmental issues related to agriculture.
Veteran editor Colleen Luccioli will continue to provide leadership for Greenwire, moving from deputy editor to be the new editor of the EPA team, whose recent investigative stories have sparked congressional actions and scrutiny about agency officials and decisions.
Rounding out the changes: Pamela King is now the legal editor, providing lead courts coverage for Greenwire and coordinating reporting on crucial energy and environment lawsuits across all the publications. Pamela previously covered energy law and the Interior Department's oil and gas policies for Energywire.
Blake Sobczak steps up to be deputy editor of Energywire, moving into the position after establishing himself as one of the top cybersecurity reporters in the business over the past few years. He will continue to pen E&E News’ weekly Cybersecurity Update.
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