• Miranda Green

    Miranda Green is a Los Angeles based investigative climate reporter and editor at Floodlight News. She reports on the environment, energy and politics and frequently writes for national publications including The Washington Post, New York Magazine and The New York Times. Previously she reported from Washington, D.C. for 7 years on climate and politics as […]

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  • The Predator in the Lincoln Project

    John Weaver used his power to get jobs for young men he allegedly harassed. His colleagues were warned. Alex Johnson was a senior at the University of Texas at Austin, pursuing a career in politics, when he first heard from John Weaver, the legendary Republican operative living nearby. It started with a direct message on […]

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  • Coronavirus Strikes Latino Families Near California’s Salton Sea

    People who live near the dying lake are caught in a perfect storm of environmental neglect, poverty, and Covid-19. When Alexis Rodriguez laughs too hard, she sometimes gets such a bad cough that she needs to use her inhaler. It’s been this way for the 29-year-old since she was first diagnosed with asthma as a […]

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  • Imagery of America’s dark racial history sparks fear nationwide

    Some of the ugliest, most resonant symbols of the nation’s history of racial violence have returned after more than half a century to galvanize national demonstrations in recent weeks driven by the Black Lives Matter movement.

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  • Industry Groups Ask California To Delay Pollution Rules, Citing Pandemic

    LOS ANGELES — Industry groups are pushing for California regulators to delay new environmental measures, including those meant to promote clean air. Their reason: the economic stress the COVID-19 pandemic is putting on their businesses. Groups have sent at least six letters to California officials in the past two weeks requesting delays or modifications to […]

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About Miranda Green

Miranda Green is a Los Angeles based freelance reporter covering California and the West. Previously she reported from Washington, D.C. for 7 years on energy, environment, climate and political issues, writing for  CNN, The Hill, The Daily Beast and Scripps News. Read More

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