Maxine Joselow

Reporter in Washington, DC

Hi there! My name is Maxine and I'm a reporter based in Washington, D.C. Since January 2017, I've been reporting on climate change for E&E News, an environmental publication that is part of the POLITICO newsroom.

I graduated from Brown University in 2016 with honors in nonfiction writing. While at Brown, I served as editor-in-chief of The Brown Daily Herald, the daily student newspaper.

I'm passionate about covering several topics, including climate change, energy, politics, transportation, and legal issues. I'm always looking for exciting freelance opportunities in those areas.

I've previously had work published in a variety of publications, including Forbes, the Daily Beast, Scientific American, Marie Claire, Science magazine, Washingtonian magazine, Inside Higher Ed, and Brown Alumni Magazine.

Below are links to some of my favorite recent work:

E&E News | Exclusive: General Motors, Ford knew about climate change 50 years ago

Scientific American | A woman warned GM about warming, but men didn’t listen

E&E News | How a big climate bill quietly died in Jay Inslee's backyard

E&E News | Top House Democrats detail infrastructure plans

Scientific American | Court orders Shell to slash emissions in historic ruling

Science magazine | Trump moves to limit greenhouse gas emissions from planes, but critics skeptical

Daily Beast | Why L.A. residents are pissed off about trees

Marie Claire | How a normal Rhode Island girl got sold into sex trafficking

Brown Alumni Magazine | Pedal pusher

  • Education
    • Brown University