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David Sassoon, Publisher

David Sassoon is the founder and publisher of InsideClimate News, the non-partisan and non-profit news organziation that won the Pulitzer Prize for National Reporting in 2013. He has been a writer, editor and publisher for 25 years, involved with public interest issues: human rights, cultural preservation, healthcare, education and the environment. In 2003 he began researching the business case for climate action for the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. BusinessWeek used that research to help it rank the Top Ten Companies of the Decade for emissions reductions and to produce a multi-part project that examined how leading U.S. corporations were responding to climate change.

As an outgrowth of his research, Sassoon founded a blog in 2007 which has grown and evolved into InsideClimate News. He earned his undergraduate degree from Harvard University and a master’s degree from Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism. He is the author of Tiny Specks in a Hurry: The Story of a Journey to Mustang.

You can reach him by email at david.sassoon@insideclimatenews.org



Photos From the March

Sep 21 , 2014
A collection of photos from in and around the march.

A Long Day Ahead

Sep 21 , 2014
The preparation for the People's Climate March gets an early start.

InsideClimate News Responds to Steve Everley of Energy in Depth

Jul 29 , 2014
The ploy to manufacture an imaginary public enemy called the 'anti-fracking industry' is not a substitute for controlling fracking's toxic air emissions.

150 Major Democratic Donors Urge Obama to Reject Keystone Pipeline

May 10 , 2013
Where money talks louder than science, the letter from the donors won't go unnoticed, the week before Prime Minister Harper is to visit Washington.

State Department Will Make Keystone Public Comments Public After All

Apr 25 , 2013
Under pressure, the department reverses itself and says it will provide online public access to comments on its controversial environmental review.

Lessons from the Dilbit Disaster: InsideClimate News Op-Ed in the NY Times

Aug 21 , 2012
'We need a transparent and informed discussion about dilbit's risks and benefits, up-to-date laws and regulations, and improved leak detection.'

2010 Oil Spill in Michigan Far Larger Than Official Estimates, Evidence Shows

Jun 11 , 2012
Documents from the federal investigation into the largest spill of diluted bitumen in U.S. history point to the need for a more accurate accounting.