Public Health

Ariel Wittenberg



Ariel covers public health, writing about how climate change and chemicals impacts on peoples' lives. Her stories delve into environmental health policies at EPA, Health and Human Services, and the Department of Labor. She previously covered water issues for E&E News, and in 2020 was a finalist for the Science in Society award from the National Association of Science Writers. Prior to moving to D.C., she worked for The Standard-Times in New Bedford, Mass., where her coverage focused on the offshore wind industry and toxic waste.

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