Tim joins us from the Wall Road Journal, exactly where he has been reporting on power and local weather plan in Washington due to the fact 2017. He has carefully lined the nation’s oil lobby, greenhouse-gasoline rules, and the geopolitics of oil and minerals. His memorable scoops have revealed driving-the-scenes fights between business titans and Republican lawmakers, the Trump administration’s attempt to dismantle methane laws, and the Biden administration’s struggles with energy stability and large price ranges. Earlier, he covered vitality marketplaces for the Journal in New York.
Tim has been reporting on power and local climate adjust for extra than a decade, spending the to start with 50 percent of his occupation at the Pittsburgh Tribune-Overview, wherever he chronicled how Marcellus Shale was transforming his household condition of Pennsylvania — prior to it improved the rest of the planet. He was the paper’s reporter of the yr in 2011 and a three-time winner of the Modern society of Expert Journalists’ award for environmental reporter of the yr in Pennsylvania.
Tim, who grew up in the Pittsburgh suburb of McKeesport and has journalism degrees from Northwestern and Columbia, not too long ago moved to Brookland with his girlfriend and two cats. In spite of now becoming fully settled in Washington, he says he stays pissed off that there are no legitimate bowling alleys nearer than Gaithersburg, and he’s 100 % dedicated to more than-clapping for the Steelers at every single option for good.