Browse the Clippings.me directory of environment journalists below. We found 63 environment journalists listed.
National News Editor, CNN
As a journalist, I'm most interested in new and evolving ways to gather and share stories. It isn't just about what is said, but how it's said. I am particularly intrigued by places where technology, culture and society butt heads. I currently work as a National News Editor. I am responsible for identifying and developing domestic news stories for all CNN platforms...digital, television, mobile, social. My team oversees the editorial and operations of our domestic news coverage, ensures continuing coverage to continuously break news on priority stories and partners with all platforms to create written and visual content. Locally, I wrote for years at FREEwilliamsburg.com where I reported and provided commentary on art, music, news and events in the Williamsburg, Greenpoint and Bushwick neighborhoods of Brooklyn. My stories have been featured on the websites of The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Huffington Post, among others. If you've a lead on a compelling story- hit me up!
United States of America
Creative writer and literary editor
A NCTJ-accredited multimedia journalist, Sarah Jayne Kipling has written for The Evening Chronicle, The Journal, The Sunday Sun, The Northern Echo and The Teesdale Mercury. She has worked as a sub-editor for The North West Evening Mail and currently edits and proofreads literary manuscripts (fiction and non-fiction) and academic journal submissions in the arts, humanities and social sciences.
Nick Patterson's work has appeared online and in newspapers and magazines including BirminghamWatch, Weld, The Birmingham Times, Southern Living, Coastal Living, This Old House, History Magazine, Southern Automotive Alliance, the Birmingham Post-Herald, and in books including his own Birmingham Foot Soldiers. He is a writer and editor whose background also includes public relations, consulting and teaching.
A versatile and creative media professional with the ability to convert complex information into engaging, razor sharp copy. I have over 5 years experience covering journalism, editing, book publishing, b2b events production and research. Digital savvy I can utilize CMS, CRM, email broadcast tools,Google analytics and social media. To get in touch tweet me at @stevenjwilding or send an email to [email protected] You can follow my blog at http://stevenwilding.wordpress.com/
Journalist and editor
Brighton based freelance journalist and editor. I have covered social and environmental justice, race, feminism, activism, politics and the arts from across the UK, Cambodia, India, the US and Belize. I write for New Internationalist and a number of other publications, as well as a monthly column for openDemocracy on the environment, corporate power, democracy and the British state.
Journalist and Writer
I began my writing career with the St. Petersburg Times. Since then I have written numerous human interest and creative nonfiction stories for a variety of publications, ranging from the ordeals of combat veterans to the adventures of a shelter-rescued springer spaniel. Currently I am writing about an amazing cluster of spiritual centers nestled in farm country and a cowboy artist from Tubac, AZ who continues to create beautiful works despite the onset of Alzheimer's disease. Journey along with me!
i've reported from throughout the Middle East and North America and written on a wide range of topics - politics, economics, science, and socio-cultural issues. most of this time was spent working from Cairo, Egypt (2009 - 2013). i most enjoy unorthodox interviews/profiles of interesting characters, and in-depth features on obscure or marginalised subjects and peoples. now residing in melbourne, australia - contact: [email protected]
Amar Guriro is multimedia environmental journalist and aspiring photographer based in Karachi, Pakistan. His writing has been published by mainstream Pakistani and international media outlets, including the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), BBC-Urdu, UPI, Dawn, thethirdpole.net, Crisis Response Journal, The News on Sunday, The Friday Times, News Lens Pakistan, Daily Times, Pakistan Today among others. He is IVLP alumni 2011 and member of United Nations Asia Water Journalists Forum, regional coordinator of Wash Media South Asia and President of National Council of Environmental Journalists (NCEJ) Pakistan. He reports on environment, climate change, wildlife, water, disasters, religious minorities and climate refugees.
Independent writer, editor and photographer
Tracy L. Barnett is an independent writer, editor and photographer specializing in environmental issues, indigenous rights and sustainable travel. She has served as Travel Editor of the Houston Chronicle and the San Antonio Express-News, and is currently based in Guadalajara. She is the founder of The Esperanza Project, a social change magazine focused on the Americas, and serves on the editorial board for Intercontinental Cry, a magazine dedicated to indigenous struggles around the world. As a bilingual author and journalist, she has written in English and Spanish for a wide range of magazines and newspapers including the Washington Post, BBC, USA Today, National Geographic Traveler en Español, Esquire Latin America, Yes! Magazine and Huffington Post. At the Chronicle and the Express-News, she won numerous writing and editing awards, including the North American Travel Journalists Association’s top award for destination travel and the Lowell Thomas Award from the Society of American Travel Writers. She is currently finishing a book on sustainability initiatives throughout the Americas. She was a founding editor of Rumbo Newspapers, a group of Spanish-language newspapers serving the immigrant communities of Texas. She was also the founding editor of Adelante, a bilingual newsmagazine serving the immigrant communities of Central Missouri, based at the University of Missouri School of Journalism, where she taught for ten years, serving as assistant director for Investigative Reporters and Editors, and worked at newspapers in Missouri, California and Illinois. She has traveled extensively throughout the developing world and has worked with Latin American journalists since the early 1990s in a variety of capacities. She is the author of four books for high school students. She has a BJ and a master’s degree, the latter specializing in science writing, from the University of Missouri. She can be reached at TracyLBarnett (at) gmail.com.