My work

Full list by outlet


Inside Climate News (with Floodlight): Why a Natural Gas Storage Climate ‘Disaster’ Could Happen Again (co-published with Energy News Network and Allegheny Front)

Grist: In Juneau, Alaska a carbon offset project that actually works

Ambrook Research: Planting Tiny Indoor Farms In Strip Malls and Office Parks

Eater: This restaurant is trash: Shuggie’s turns food waste into pizza

The Guardian (with Floodlight)

How the gas industry aims to rebrand as ‘clean’ energy to appeal to Black and Latino voters

Global banks pledged to cut emissions – but still invest billions on US gas exports (co-published in The Guardian, The Lens, the Louisiana Illuminator and Louisiana Weekly)

Property insurance disappears for Louisianans – but not for gas facilities


Schools Welcome Electric Buses, but Aren’t Sure About Owning Them

Maine Takes on Fossil Fuel Divestment. How will it happen?

Why Aren’t More Solar Farms Built on Municipal Landfills?

San Francisco Chronicle

As The Chronicle’s newsletter editor, I wrote the majority of the weekday Bay Briefing newsletters. But in between Bay Briefing and my other responsibilities, I reported regularly on climate change in the Bay Area.


I worked for the BBC for seven years, including three years as a staff writer, where I wrote an estimated 500 news stories a year under a house byline. Below is a somewhat exhaustive but incomplete list of my work as a features writer and editor under my own byline.

As reporter:


Homicide Watch DC


Wheaton Patch

As local editor at Wheaton, MD, Patch I had a hand in everything that was published on the website, whether it was daily news updates, police blotters, meeting coverage or editing columnists and freelancers. Below is a selection of out-of-the-ordinary coverage and and one example of months-long enterprise project.

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