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Emily Atkin

Emily Atkin, an award-winning climate journalist, is the founder of HEATED, a daily newsletter devoted to original climate reporting and analysis. She previously held staff positions at The New Republic, ThinkProgress and Sinclair Broadcast Group. She is a contributor to the climate solutions anthology "All We Can Save" and holds a journalism degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz, where she teaches a climate reporting course. She lives in Washington, D.C.

Emily Atkin, an award-winning climate journalist, is the founder of HEATED, a daily newsletter devoted to original climate reporting and analysis. She previously held staff positions at The New Republic, ThinkProgress and Sinclair Broadcast Group. She is a contributor to the climate solutions anthology "All We Can Save" and holds a journalism degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz, where she teaches a climate reporting course. She lives in Washington, D.C.

Latest from Emily Atkin

90d ago

Republicans are framing climate action as 'un-American' in the most genius way

How Republicans' recent lies about climate action double as advertising for the meat industry.
160d ago

Fox host Tucker Carlson's comments on Biden's marriage, explained

Did the Fox News host say what we think he said about Biden's marriage and/or climate change?
193d ago

Corporations need to treat climate deniers like Trump's election deniers

Why is corporate America still donating money to climate change deniers?
198d ago

One of Trump's most significant failures is a massive win for the climate movement

The fossil fuel divestment movement was a success in 2020. It will need to go even harder in 2021.
231d ago

Trump's EPA channels Big Tobacco in a decision that will make Covid worse

Denial and suppression of scientific evidence is central to Trump’s response to climate change, and it’s central to his response to coronavirus.
242d ago

What we should know about Biden's appointment of Kerry as climate czar

If we want livable futures for our children, we must constantly criticize and question those who are tasked with providing them.