Lisa Song, Elizabeth McGowan and David Hasemyer
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Lisa Song has degrees in environmental science and science writing from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. She joined InsideClimate News in January 2011 and reports on water, pipelines and science-related topics. Before that she worked as a freelancer—her articles, podcasts and videos have appeared in High Country News, Scientific American, New Scientist and Living on Earth.
Elizabeth McGowan recently left InsideClimate News to write a book. A graduate of the University of Missouri-Columbia School of Journalism, she has worked for daily newspapers in Vermont and Wisconsin. Over the years she has written for a variety of publications including Nature Conservancy Magazine, E/The Environmental Magazine; Washingtonian magazine; Outdoor America; the journal Appalachia; Crain Communications' Waste and Recycling News. She is an avid hiker and bicyclist who has ridden solo across the United States.
David Hasemyer is regular freelancer for InsideClimate News. Previously he was an investigative reporter for the San Diego Union-Tribune, where his work was recognized by the Associated Press, the Society for Professional Journalists, the Society of American Business Editors and Writers and the California Newspaper Publishers Association. He has also been a finalist for the Gerald Loeb Award. At the Union-Tribune Hasemyer wrote a series about a 10-million ton pile of nuclear waste that threatened the Colorado River. Those stories have been credited as critical to the U. S. Department of Energy's decision in 2000 to move the uranium tailings pile away from the river. Hasemyer graduated from San Diego State University with a bachelor’s degree in Journalism.