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Maxine Joselow

Washington, D.C.

Reporter focusing on climate change and environment

Education: Brown University, BA in English

Maxine Joselow is a staff writer who anchors The Climate 202 at The Washington Post. Joselow came to The Post from E&E News, an environmental publication that is part of Politico.
Latest from Maxine Joselow

How the Inflation Reduction Act might affect you — and change the U.S.

The package, while smaller than Democrats’ initial ambitions, would transform huge sectors of the U.S. economy and affect millions of Americans.

August 29, 2023

GOP presidential candidates blame China, not U.S., for climate change

They were asked how they'd calm young peoples' fears that the GOP doesn't care about climate change.

August 24, 2023

Many Republicans reject link between disasters and warming, poll finds

Takeaways from a Post-UMD poll on human contributions to climate change.

August 23, 2023

The FAA reauthorization bill would preserve a future for leaded gas

Also in today’s edition: The Interior Department’s fourth approval of a large offshore wind project, and the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to launch a new review of ozone standards.

August 22, 2023

Oil companies are hiring TikTok influencers to court young people

More than 100 influencers have used their platforms to promote fossil fuel companies since 2017.

August 17, 2023

One year in, climate law tests Biden’s environmental justice pledge

It's unclear whether 40 percent of the law's benefits are going to disadvantaged communities.

August 16, 2023

Top utility group opposes EPA rule as some members invest in compliance

At least three prominent members of the Edison Electric Institute are working on gas plants that can run on cleaner-burning hydrogen.

August 15, 2023

Biden's first climate czar, Gina McCarthy, is getting a big new gig

McCarthy is joining America Is All In to help boost awareness of the Inflation Reduction Act.

August 10, 2023

Host of U.N. climate summit moves to ‘counteract all negative press’

The contract with First International Resources comes as the UAE faces a barrage of negative headlines over its decision to name an oil industry executive as president of the global climate gathering.

August 9, 2023

As Biden heads West, advocates push for national monument back East

Some activists who are pushing for Biden to designate New York's Plum Island.

August 8, 2023