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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

Ahead of IPCC Climate Report, Skeptic Groups Launch Global Anti-Science Campaign

Sep 18 , 2013
Leading scientists will soon tell the world they're 95% certain that humans are driving global warming. Skeptics are busy trying to sow any doubt.

Keystone Decision Seen as Climate Change Test for Obama Abroad

Aug 15 , 2013
'Any move he makes will be carefully analyzed by the European Union and China to see what it says about his willingness to fight hard on climate change.'

GOP Lawmakers Hit by Weather Tragedies Stay Mum on Climate Change

Aug 1 , 2013
The climate change schism between Congressional Republicans and Democrats is becoming more visible as deadly weather events increase and hit close to home.

After Wildfire Tragedy, Talk of Global Warming's Contribution Is a Delicate Matter

Jul 18 , 2013
Experts say it isn't whether media outlets should link extreme weather tragedies like the Yarnell blaze to global warming, but when.

Wealthy Donors in His Corner as Obama Comes Out Swinging on Climate Change

Jul 10 , 2013
Obama's biggest supporters are busy helping him pursue his climate agenda. One billionaire is creating pressure and space for him to reject Keystone.

Q&A: Eugenie Scott, Guardian of Climate Science in the Nation's Schools

Jul 2 , 2013
In a broad interview, Eugenie Scott talks about the hurdles that still loom for climate education advocates and reveals what "really pisses" her off.

Fracking Bill Triggers Rift Among Illinois Green Groups

Jun 17 , 2013
Grassroots activists say they feel 'betrayed' by mainstream environmental organizations that helped write the state's new fracking regulations.

To Defeat Keystone, Environmental Movement Goes From Beltway to Grassroots

May 23 , 2013
Green groups turn away from the political tactics that failed them in the 2009 climate policy fight and join activists voicing opposition in the streets.