Nathanial Gronewold



Nate joined E&E News in 2008, establishing the New York City bureau, then later Energywire's Houston office. In New York he covered Northeastern environmental issues, carbon markets, renewable energy finance and international environmental treaties from the United Nations. In Houston he covered oil and gas with an emphasis on offshore drilling for Energywire. Currently he follows climate developments in the Far East from Japan. He is two-time recipient of the U.N. Correspondents Association Gold Prize and honorable mention from the National Press Club. He previously worked for Nikkei. Nate graduated summa cum laude from the University of Minnesota and holds a master's degree from the University of British Columbia.

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Global emissions are expected to keep climbing despite promises from almost 200 nations to address climate change, propelling temperatures upward and threatening to shatter the threshold of 2 degrees Celsius that scientists say would invite dramatic changes to ecology and the economy.