Top 10 U.S. Journalists in Energy & Environment

Using our extensive media database, we compiled a list of the top 10 United States journalists in the Energy & Environment space. Our solution makes it easy to find — and connect with — the influencers that matter to you.

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*Data as October, 2019

1. Melissa Breyer

@TreeHugger

Bio: Links, Ideas and Conversation from the TreeHugger hive mind, the latest in modern green.

Location: New York

Followers: 353k

2. Rob Marciano

@RobMarciano

Bio: Good Morning America / ABC News Meteorologist (CBM). Dad, husband, science guy, sports fan, and outdoor enthusiast.

Location: New York

Followers: 255k

3. Brady Walkinshaw

@grist

Bio: A nonprofit news org for people who want a planet that doesn’t burn and a future that doesn’t suck. 🌍

Location: Seattle, WA

Followers: 229k

4. Coral Davenport

@CoralMDavenport

Bio: I cover energy and environment policy for the New York Times. coral.davenport@nytimes.com. Also reachable on Signal and WhatsApp.

Location: New York

Followers: 48k

5. Ed Crooks

@Ed_Crooks

Bio: Vice-chair, Americas @woodmackenzie. All things energy, plus some random miscellanea. Opinions my own, unless they are someone else’s. RTs, likes ≠ endorsements

Location: New York

Followers: 40k

6. Joel Makower

@makower

Bio: Chairman, co-founder @GreenBiz, award-winning journalist, co-author THE NEW GRAND STRATEGY, global speaker on sustainable business. cleantech and other stuff

Location: Oakland, California

Followers: 39k

7. Brad Plumer

@bradplumer

Bio: Reporter at @nytclimate. On the apocalypse beat, more or less. Email me at brad.plumer@nytimes.com

Location: Washington, DC

Followers: 36k

8. Chis Mooney

@chriscmooney

Bio: Climate and environment writer at @washingtonpost. Views are my own.

Location: Washington, DC

Followers: 37k

9. Lisa Friedman

@LFFriedman

Bio: Climate change reporter for the New York Times. I still tweet about puppies, though. lisa.friedman@nytimes.com

Location: Washington, DC

Followers: 32k

10. Jennifer A. Dlouhy

@jendlouhyhc

Bio: @Bloomberg reporter on #energy #environment #oil gas wind solar. @HoustonChron FuelFix vet jdlouhy1@bloomberg.net reporterjen@protonmail http://bloom.bg/23Crpvk

Location: Washington, DC

Followers: 25k

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