15 Climate Change Media Influencers To Follow

Apr 18, 2022 Hilary Katulak

Global warming and our impact on the planet have become the most important issues of our time. From new innovations in climate tech to climate policy, the evolution of energy transition, and corporate sustainability, here are our favorite media influencers and trailblazers reporting on the climate change landscape: 

#1: Barb Moran, correspondent on WBUR’s environmental desk [@MoranWriter / 1.4K followers]

#2: Ben Geman, energy Reporter at Axios [@Ben_Geman / 17.5K followers]

#3: Brad Plumer, climate reporter specializing in policy and technology efforts to cut carbon dioxide emissions for The New York Times [@bradplumer / ​​44.2K followers] 

#4: Brady Dennis, environment reporter at The Washington Post [@brady_dennis / 14.8K followers]

#5: Elizabeth Kolbert, sustainability and environmentalism reporter for The New Yorker [@ElizKolbert / 49.6K followers]

#6: Eric Roston, sustainability editor at Bloomberg [@eroston /13.4K followers]

#7: Hannah Northey, E&E News reporter for Politico covering water [@HMNorthey / 8.6K followers]

#8: Jeff St. John, editor in chief at Canary Media [@jeffsaintjohnn / 4K followers] 

#9: Joel Makower, co-founder of GreenBiz [@makower / 41K followers]

#10: Lauren Sommer, covers climate change for NPR's Science Desk [@lesommer / 9.5K followers]

#11: Lisa Jenkins, senior climate reporter at Protocol [@l_m_j_  / 1K followers]

#12: Matt Simons, science journalist at Wired [@mrMattSimon /6.8K followers]

#13: Nat Bullard, chief content officer at BloombergNEF [@NatBullard / 24.5K followers]

#14: Robinson Meyer, staff writer covering climate & energy at The Atlantic [@robinsonmeyer / 49.6K followers] 

#15: Somini Sengupta, global climate reporter at The New York Times [@SominiSengupta / 30.2K followers] 

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Topics: Journalism, Influencers, Earth Day, Climate Tech, Climate Change, Inkhouse Energy Practice, Changemakers, sustainability
Hilary Katulak

Hilary is a vice president at Inkhouse and resides in Houston, Texas. She has over a decade of experience leading high-impact communications programs and a diverse breadth of industry experience spanning venture capital, education, technology, and healthcare.

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