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Stacy Feldman, Managing Editor

Stacy Feldman is co-founder, managing editor and occasional reporter for InsideClimate News. In 2007, she helped launch the news organization. From 2008-2010, she was its energy reporter and foreign editor, reporting extensively on clean energy technologies, forestry issues and the United Nations climate change negotiations in 2009 and 2010. She has worked as a freelance reporter for Sustainable Industries magazine. Feldman has a master's degree in international affairs from Columbia University. Prior to her studies, she reported for the Jerusalem Report magazine.

You can reach her by email at stacy.feldman@insideclimatenews.org


Keystone XL Pipeline: Everything You Need to Know in 23 Stories

Nov 18 , 2014
An ICN reader on the nation's biggest energy and climate fight.

InsideClimate News, Arkansas Times Reach Funding Goal to Conduct Oil Spill Investigation

Jul 22 , 2013
An innovative national-local collaboration to investigate the Exxon oil spill in Mayflower, Ark., raises more than $25,000 in about three weeks.

InsideClimate News, Arkansas Times Launch Campaign to Crowdfund Oil Spill Reporting Project

Jun 25 , 2013
An innovative national-local collaboration to investigate the Exxon oil spill in Mayflower, Ark., raises 25 percent of its target on the first day.

Biggest Environmental Rally in Decades Attracts Nationwide Media Attention

Feb 18 , 2013
Sunday's 40,000-person strong Keystone XL protest in Washington, and several solidarity rallies, grabbed headlines across the country.

What’s an Electric Car Champion Doing in Romney's Inner Circle?

Sep 4 , 2012
Romney advisor Dan Senor says that traditional oil drilling is the technology of the past. The ‘real economic growth’ is in cleantech and greentech.

Rep. Waxman Again Requests Investigation of Koch Connection to Keystone XL Pipeline

Oct 18 , 2011
Waxman cites legal papers filed by a Koch subsidiary, uncovered by InsideClimate News, in which it claimed a 'substantial' interest in the pipeline.