Their mission is to produce clear, objective stories that give the public and decision-makers the information they need to navigate the heat and emotion of climate and energy debates. Having won a Pulitzer Prize in 2013 it is very clear that they are accomplishing that goal on and ongoing basis.
Inside Climate News is a non-profit, non-partisan news organization that covers clean energy, carbon energy, nuclear energy and environmental science.
They have grown from a founding team of 2 to staff of ten full time professional journalists and a growing network of contributors. Their aim is to double in size and come to full scale in the next two years.
Currently their media partners include Bloomberg, Associated Press, The Guardian, center for Public Integrity, The Weather Channel and McClatchy. In addition to their 2013 Pulitzer they organization has won the James Aronson Award for Social Justice Journalism, 2013 Society of Professional Journalists Award and a Scripps Howard for the Best Journalism of 2012, among others.
Some of their most viewed stories include As Oil Prices Sink Tar Sands Riskier, Elections Deliver A Blow To US Climate Leadership, 40% Of Wisconsin Frac Industry Violates Rules, Arctic Meltdown-In Maps and 2014: the Year Climate Change Undeniably Arrived.
To read stories and if you have environmental journalism tips, want to donate to keep environmental journalism alive and to get engaged visit http://insideclimatenews.org