Rebecca Leber covers climate change for Vox. She has reported on the origins and misuse of natural gas marketing, the dangers of electric utility shutoffs, and the difference individuals can make as climate advocates. Her investigations into fossil fuel disinformation and climate obstacles have exposed government corruption and launched congressional oversight.
Rebecca currently serves on the board of directors for the Society of Environmental Journalists. Before joining Vox, she was an environmental reporter at Mother Jones and she has worked as an editor and staff writer at Grist, The New Republic, and ThinkProgress. She’s completed various journalism fellowships, including at Vermont Law School. More than a dozen other outlets have published her work over her decade as a climate journalist.
You can reach out to her over email at [email protected] or on Twitter at @RebLeber.