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Katherine Bagley

Katherine Bagley is a reporter for InsideClimate News who covers the intersection of environmental science and politics and policy, with an emphasis on climate change. Her print and multimedia work has appeared in Popular Science, OnEarth, YouBeauty.com, Audubon, The Scientist and Science Illustrated, among others. She holds master's degrees in journalism and earth and environmental sciences from Columbia University.

You can reach her by email at katherine.bagley@insideclimatenews.org.

Articles

Q&A: One Baptist Minister's Long, Careful Road to Climate Activism

Sep 18 , 2014
Progressive Baptists' Rev. Dr. Baltimore discusses how climate change became a moral issue not a scientific argument; and the power of the clergy.

Judge Cleared ‘Necessity’ Defense for Use in Climate Trial for the First Time

Sep 11 , 2014
His clearance of the legal strategy breaks new ground, and may have swayed the prosecutor to drop criminal charges.

As People March, A Moment of Truth in the Climate Fight

Sep 8 , 2014
The People's Climate March is more than just a call to action. It represents the biggest expansion of the climate movement so far.

Frack-Free Leaders in Illinois, Hedging Their Bets, Shelve Calls for Ban for Now

Sep 4 , 2014
Grassroots activists joined mainstream environmental organizations to help force the state to write tougher fracking rules; some aren't pleased about it.

In Tight Florida's Governor's Race, Climate Change Is a Central Issue

Aug 27 , 2014
Voter concern over vanishing beaches and fresh water may force GOP Gov. Rick Scott to run against his party's platform and his record.

Q&A: How a SuperPAC on a Shoestring Is Taking on Congress' Climate Apathy

Aug 20 , 2014
"What is effective is talking to voters," says a founder of Climate Hawks Vote in an interview. "Luckily, that kind of work doesn't take a lot of money."

Alaska's Financial Future at Center of Battle Over Oil Tax

Aug 15 , 2014
Grassroots groups fight to reverse an oil industry tax benefit worth $1 billion to $2 billion a year and to return the money to state coffers.

De Blasio's Neglect of Climate Policy Thwarts Continued Progress on Bloomberg Legacy

Aug 6 , 2014
New York's mayor has yet to appoint a director to the city's top climate agency, and has remained largely mum on the issue.