|Date Posted||December 18, 2019|
|Industry||Newspapers / Wires|
E&E News is looking for a reporter to cover the corporate side of climate change. We need an enterprising journalist who can identify emerging technologies to lower emissions and spot corporate efforts to overhype their environmental activity. The beat would cover emerging forms of energy, new techniques to reduce emissions and corporate lobbying at a minimum.
The beat requires a mix of hard-hitting daily news stories and enterprise pieces. The ideal candidate will be able to navigate the Securities and Exchange Commission, corporate filings and lobbying databases. This is a big-picture beat, and we're looking for a reporter who can write confidently about the role businesses play in the context of a global challenge. Database experience is a plus.
This is a position with Climatewire, a proven source of cutting-edge news on climate change. We break stories on the Trump administration and go on location for deep dives into the effects of rising temperatures and society's response. We cover politics, science, adaptation and environmental policy like nobody else.
Working from a newsroom two blocks from the Capitol, our 70 reporters and editors produce five daily publications online: Climatewire, Energywire, E&E Daily, Greenwire and E&E News PM. Our readers pay a lot for our work, and we deliver it in crisp newspaper-style prose.
We offer a competitive salary, medical and dental insurance, flexible spending accounts and commuter benefits, a 401(k) match program, paid vacation and paid family leave. Our company values creativity, curiosity, hard work and work-life balance.
E&E News is committed to increasing our staff diversity. Individuals who want to work here are considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, marital status, ancestry, physical or mental disability, veteran status, gender identity or sexual orientation.
To apply, send your cover letter, resume and three clips to email@example.com. Please put "Business beat" in the subject line.