Miranda Green is a Washington, D.C. based political reporter writing for The Hill newspaper. Currently she covers Energy and the Environment news as a congressional reporter filing from the Capitol. While at the Hill Miranda has broken key beat stories including the Environmental Protection Agency’s decision to shutter an office that studies the effects of chemicals on children and the Interior Department’s unannounced decision to reverse an Obama-era ban on African elephant trophy imports into the U.S.
Previously she worked as a political writer for CNN’s digital team in DC where she covered general breaking political news with a emphasis on the environment and science. There she generated a number of scoops and exclusives including the DNC’s decision to use Bernie Sanders as the headliner for its unity tour and a decision by the former director of the US Office of Government Ethics to sue White House adviser KellyAnne Conway over a violation of the Hatch Act. Additionally she worked on a number of data projects, including a piece that found that less than 1% of the EPA chief’s meetings in his first 6 months were with environmental groups.
Miranda has disaster coverage experience, writing on the deadly 2018 Montecito, Calif. mudslides for the Wall Street Journal. She also covered the 2016 presidential election and its lead up on the campaign trail for Scripps News as a national political reporter. At Scripps she provided digital and on-air content to the company’s 33 TV stations and 34 radio stations. She also hosted her own primary-focused podcast, Trailmix 2016, and contributed a number of multimedia projects including a deep dive into Indiana’s refugee conundrum after the state moved to block Syrian refugees from coming into its borders. Another project she did followed four undecided voters as they worked to make up their minds on who would get their vote on election day.