Environment reporter, Boston Globe, Providence, R.I.
Project: Develop a platform using the Society of Environmental Journalists' international expertise to fact-check environmental news stories.
Beth Daley has covered features, urban schools, space, war and, for most of the past decade, the environment – a topic she’s found infinitely interesting and relevant. Before joining the Boston Globe in 1994, she spent a year backpacking and working around Southeast Asia and the South Pacific. She specializes in exploring big environmental issues from angles that are of particular relevance to her audience and this work has been recognized with numerous national journalism awards. For instance, she was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 2008 for her exploration of how global warming is affecting New Englanders, from ice fisherman to blueberry farmers.
Daley unveils Enviro-Fact, a non-partisan platform she's creating with the Society of Environmental Journalists and other collaborators.
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